Climb aboard this 72-seater land train and enjoy the gentle ride along the promenade from The Mumbles to the Blackpill Lido. Children enjoy waving to the walkers and cyclists they pass by, while adults can sit back and take in the views across the bay towards Swansea.
Historians and train enthusiasts may want to take the journey too - the Swansea Bay rider runs part of the very same route as the first ever passenger railway to be built in the UK. Back in 1807 the train woud carry villagers from Mumbles to the markets of Swansea. The Junction cafe at Blackpill has pictures and memorabilia from the time.
The train runs between Blackpill and Mumbles in the summer months, stopping at West Cross, Norton, Oystermouth and Southend Gardens along the way.