Bird’s eye view!
See the Snowdon Mountain Railway like never before…
Check out this spectacular new video, showing a bird’s eye view of the journey taken by trains on Snowdon Mountain Railway – all the nifty camera work of CameraDroneUK.com
With the exception of two World Wars, Snowdon Mountain Railway has run uninterrupted since 1896. It has even been used to help mountain rescue teams working on Snowdon. Offering both a heritage steam service and traditional diesel locomotives, visitors can experience and enjoy the spectacular Welsh mountain scenery just as the Victorians would have done back in 1896.
Services run throughout the summer from Llanberis Station to the Summit Station, where visitors can walk a short distance to the highest point in Wales and England, 1,085m above sea level.
The railway, which welcomes over 130,000 visitors a year, is part of Heritage Great Britain plc, a group which owns and manages tourist destinations like Land’s End, John O’Groats and The Needles on The Isle of Wight.
Find out more at www.snowdonrailway.co.uk