Snowdon Mountain Railway
It�s a small area but has big views, when visiting bring strong mountain boots and good weather. Taken from the Llanberis Path above Clogwyn showing a train of the Snowdon Mountain Railway departing Clogwyn Station as it makes it way to the Summit Station just 60 ft below the summit of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) which at 3,560 ft is the highest mountain in England and Wales. In the distance can be seen Llanberis from which the train started on its 5 mile, 3,000 ft climb which will take just over the hour. The Llanberis Path, one of the recognised route and most popular routes to the summit goes under the railway at Clogwyn as shown here.




The image and caption on this page are © Denis Egan



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