|Brake Composite||New £25 00|
|Third||New £25 00|
|7mm Scale||New £65 00|
|Brake Composite||New £65 00|
|Sided, ends, floor, roof, and underframe|
Vale of Rheidol Railway History
The Vale of Rheidol Railway (Welsh: Rheilffordd Cwm Rheidol) is a 1 ft 11 3/4 in (603 mm) narrow gauge heritage railway in Ceredigion, Wales, between Aberystwyth and Devil's BridgE.
A journey of 11 3/4 miles (18.9 km).
It opened in 1902, and from 1968 until 1989, it was the sole steam-operated line on the 1948 nationalised British Rail network. It was in the first part of the privatisation of British Rail. Unlike most other preserved railways in the United Kingdom, the Vale of Rheidol Railway did not have a period of closure between its being part of the national rail system and becoming a heritage railway, and so has operated a continuous service for residents and tourists.