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Nant Gwynant by Richard Holder
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Nant Gwynant was the first section to be built of my home-based 009 layout. It represents a tourist railway based in North Wales. The location is totally fictitious, although two of the three buildings that are situated on an elevated position, behind the station, are based on buildings that do actually exist in the village of Nant Gwnant, just north-east of Beddgelert on the A498. The layout appeared in 009 News in September 2007 and in Railway Modeller in June 2008.

Description/Captions and Photographs by Richard Holder

(45Kb) Prince of Wales crosses the stream below the Coed-Yrallt falls

(79Kb) Nant Gwynant Station

(82Kb) Edward Thomas shunts a few wagons

(73Kb) Llewelyn waits for passengers at the station

(40Kb) General view of the station area from above the tunnel entrance

(44Kb) Edward Thomas travels though the river gorge

(76Kb) General view of the station from across the river

(56Kb) Glyn crosses the stream just outside the station

(59Kb) Prince of Wales enters the station

(75Kb) Llewelyn is about to leave the station



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