Manod railway station

Descripción

Manod railway station was a railway station in North Wales. It opened as part of the narrow gauge Festiniog and Blaenau Railway on 29 May 1868 and was named originally as Tyddyngwyn after a large house nearby. On 1 September 1882 the GWR standard gauge Bala Ffestiniog Line reached Llan Ffestiniog from the south. The following year the narrow gauge line was converted to standard gauge but narrow gauge trains continued to run until 5 September 1883 using a third rail. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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Puntos de interés cercanos.

Puedes encontrar por los alrededores puntos de interés y lugares relacionados con Maentwrog, Capel Curig, Pasos de montaña, Ffestiniog, Beddgelert, Estaciones de ferrocarril o Metro

Maentwrog

  1. Maentwrog

Capel Curig

  1. Moelwynion

Pasos de montaña

  1. Pen-y-Pass

Ffestiniog

  1. Rhosydd Quarry
  2. Crimea Pass
  3. Llechwedd Slate Caverns
  4. Oakeley Quarry
  5. Ffestiniog
  6. Y Gamallt

Beddgelert

  1. Ysgafell Wen Far North Top
  2. Ysgafell Wen North Top

Estaciones de ferrocarril o Metro

  1. Manod railway station
  2. Tan-y-Manod railway station
  3. Trawsfynydd Lake Halt railway station

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