Tryweryn is a “complete” heritage railway modelled in N gauge, with three main stations, a short “stub” branch line, loco sheds and engineering works. The name “Tryweryn” comes from the area north of Bala in Wales, but the layout isn’t specifically based here. The layout is a permanent loft based layout.

The layout has been built with fairly steep gradients (as befits a mountain area), so the engines have to work hard to pull their trains.

There is still a lot to do on this layout, so please excuse the gaps in the scenery! I consider this far more of a “playing trains” layout than my Narrow gauge, so it suffers from very slow progress due to trains being run most of the time.

Tryweryn has made a “cameo” appearance in the May 2016 edition of Railway Modeller as part of my article on N gauge coach lighting (also suitable for 009!).