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Railway Letter Service
- Tywyn Wharf,
- Dolgoch Falls, and
Items for posting can be handed in at booking offices at the above stations and to the guard on the train, at the other stations.
Items sent 'To be called for' can only be transmitted to staffed stations, when the addressee collects the item from the station of destination.
Items sent 'To be posted on arrival' are transferred to the Postal system so that Royal Mail may deliver the item to the address shown on it. In either case the item must have the appropriate Railway Letter Stamp(s) and Postage Stamp(s) affixed.
Normally on the Talyllyn Railway letters and cards are sent 'To be posted on arrival at Tywyn Wharf.'
Letters and postcards with stamps already affixed are sold from the booking offices of the above stations.
A larger selection of stamps and previously serviced First Day Covers are available from the Railway Shop at Tywyn Wharf station. The Railway Letter Service also provides a standing order service to supply new stamps and covers. Full details of this service can be obtained from RLS [at] talyllyn [dot] co [dot] uk, or by post from The Postmaster, Talyllyn Railway, Wharf Station, TYWYN, Gwynedd. LL36 9EY.
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