About us

It has been more than a century-long history of an exciting journey to look back to for Teifi Valley Railway and everyone that is connected with it. The Teifi Valley Railway Railroad as seen today is the latest gauge that is set on an old track bed.

Since 1854 when started, it has gone through a series of changes both in operation and management hands. Some of these include the purchase by The Great Western Railway in 1881 and 1895 had transferred its terminus to Newcastle Emlyn, which remained so from that point until 1973 when it finally closed the line. A group of volunteers did make attempts to acquire it and preserve it as a standard gauge line, it never succeeded.