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Cambrai is prepared to be moved outside the old museum, March 1961. Photograph by Keith Walton, Talyllyn Archives.
The museum is located at the Wharf Station of the Talyllyn Railway, in Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom. For instructions on how to get here please see the MAP on the Talyllyn Railway web site. Details of train services on the Talyllyn Railway and of the facilities available at Wharf station can also be found on that site.
Admission to the museum is free of charge. We are entirely reliant on donations from our visitors, and donation boxes are available should you wish to show your appreciation. We do not receive any direct funding from the Talyllyn Railway.
THE MUSEUM IS NOW CLOSED UNTIL 13th FEBRUARY
During this period we will be making alterations to the interior of the museum, which will hopefully help to improve the environment, particularly during wet and windy weather. The museum will not be accessible to the public during this period.
We will re-open from 14th to 21st February when the half-term service will be operating on the Talyllyn Railway, and on Saturdays and Sundays only from there on until 28 March, when daily opening will resume. Opening times will be announced in due course.