Harlech Tramway

The first horsecar in Manchester, New Hampshire, dating from 1877, and on display about 1908.

Contemporary regional newspapers record that the horse drawn Harlech Tramway ran from near the Cambrian Railways' Harlech station 600 yd west to the beach from approx 1878 to 1886.

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Harlech Military Railway

Military branch line in Merioneth, Wales.

Armoured trains, like this Slovak example, are one form of military use of railways

The line is not to be confused with the Harlech Tramway which was south of Harlech.

Aberystwith and Welsh Coast Railway

Standard gauge railway company, running a line along the west coast of Wales.

The railway follows the north shore of the Afon Dyfi
Barmouth railway bridge
Harlech Station and Morfa Harlech
Pwllheli to Bangor train at Afon Wen in 1962
Barmouth Bridge across the River Mawddach estuary near Barmouth, in 2007
Early train at the first A&WCR Dolgelly station

Harlech Tramway at ; opened 1878; closed 1886;