Martin Pritchard: 97303 at Porthmadog station with the stone blower in tow January 15 2020
Martin Pritchard: 97303 at Porthmadog station with the stone blower in tow January 15 2020
Martin Pritchard: 97303 at Porthmadog station with the stone blower in tow January 15 2020
Martin Pritchard: 97303 at Porthmadog station with the stone blower in tow January 15 2020
Martin Pritchard: 97303 at Porthmadog station with the stone blower in tow January 15 2020
Martin Pritchard: Ysgol Gynradd Tremadog Primary school 1964?
Martin Pritchard: R.I.P David Armitage died 13/01/20, 85 years old in February
Martin Pritchard: Arthur Thomas a very proud Welshman died 6 January 2020,known him for over 25 years one of life `s great characters will truly be missed, cwsg yn dawel yr hen fet.
Martin Pritchard: O.J Jones & Son Volvo FM X out from the workshops after an overhaul
Martin Pritchard: Albi ( my grand dog) and Ela Grand daughter, best of mates!
Martin Pritchard: Edward Thomas and Sir Haydn,of the Talyllyn Railway, double heading a funeral train for Sara Eade who was put to rest on the 2/12/19 at Tywyn cemetery
Martin Pritchard: Cnicht very clear on the 29 November 2019
Martin Pritchard: Rolant Owen clearly enjoying his fag ! Porthmadog 29 November 2019
Martin Pritchard: A Christmas gift for someone this Christmas, Vol 1 and Vol 2 still available from good local bookshops and both narrow gauge railway station in Porthmadog. Collect the set, Volume 3 will be out in the summer of 2020.Anrheg nadolig i rywun y nadolig hwn,
Martin Pritchard: A Christmas gift for someone this Christmas, Vol 1 and Vol 2 still available from good local bookshops and both narrow gauge railway station in Porthmadog. Collect the set, Volume 3 will be out in the summer of 2020.Anrheg nadolig i rywun y nadolig hwn,
Martin Pritchard: R.I.P. Sara Eade
Martin Pritchard: Ysgol Gynradd Tremadog Primary school 1962
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail , information board at the site of the old Rhostryfan station
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail, railway remnants put to good use
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail, through route through a field
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail, railway remants made to good use
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail, a bridge just outside Rhostryfan station, typical yellow brick used by the NWNGR
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail,the site of the former station, now a picnic area
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail long stretch of the railway
Martin Pritchard: Bryngwyn branch railway line now a slate trail-over bridge yellow bricks typically used by the NWNGR
Martin Pritchard: Richard Bonner Thomas Porthmadog clock
Martin Pritchard: Capel Peniel Tremadog July 2019 looking very distressed.It is a Grade 1 listed building.
Martin Pritchard: Capel Peniel Tremadog, work now completed on the roof, and the distinctive three-bay Tuscan portico also has been repaired and repainted in November 2019.It is a Grade 1 listed building.
Martin Pritchard: Capel Peniel Tremadog, work now completed on the roof, and the distinctive three-bay Tuscan portico also has been repaired and repainted in November 2019. It is a Grade 1 listed building.
Martin Pritchard: Cookes Explosives Penrhyndeudraeth