Rhydyronen railway station
Rhydyronen railway station (grid reference ) is a request stop on the Talyllyn Railway near Tywyn, Gwynedd in mid-Wales. It is 2 miles, 12 chains (3.46 km) from Tywyn Wharf, and was the first intermediate station to open, in 1867, a year after the opening of the line. A siding was once provided here, to serve a quarry and manganese mine, and during the Victorian era, a nearby chalybeate spring was promoted for tourists. Rhydyronen is Welsh for Ash Ford.
- Talyllyn Railway Guide Book
- "Talyllyn Railway route information". Retrieved 10 October 2010.
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