Unlucky in this case because its the last of this series of fabulous Chris Nevard shots of Dduallt.
Very appropriately its a departure shot.
Taken from a high angle - indeed higher than the level of the average pair of eyes when the layout is set up on its trestles - we see Taliesin leaving the Down platform while the rear of another train is heading off on its journey around the spiral.
From this angle you can see the way the loop line arcs around the trees in the middle of the station which I always felt made it one of the most distinctive and attractive locations on the FR, if not on any heritage railway.
The Down road is no longer connected to the main line at the top end but there is a small run round which is used as a turnback for works trains, slate trains and some short formations during gala events.
I hope you've enjoyed these series of pictures. I'll be bringing them together in a gallery soon so you can find them in one place.