The Penrhyn Railway served to connect quarries in the Bethesda area of North Wales to the coast at Port Penrhyn. It’s gauge was 1′ 11″ and the quarries had a variety of small locomotives. The ‘main line’ had larger locomotives – such as Charles, built by Hunslet in 1882. The railway never operated a public passenger service, but ran workmen’s trains consisting of open coaches – a kit for a 16mm scale model is as below:-
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