We journey by car or bus to the traditional Welsh town of Llangollen set in the stunning Dee Valley where we board the hugely popular Llangollen Steam Railway at 10.40am and travel to the charming town of Corwen.
En route we will pass through Berwyn, Glyndyfrdwy, and Carrog, arriving at Corwen at 11.15am where we can spend a couple of hours before departing at 13.40pm for the return journey to Llangollen.
We arrive back in Llangollen at 2.38pm where you can enjoy the sights, shops and sounds of the town.
Alternatively, if you prefer, you can take the 11.20 am train from Corwen straight back to Llangollen arriving there at 12.18pm.
There's a host of things to see and do In Llangollen.
Take a peek at the web-site and let us know if anything appeals in particular
Corwen, the crossroads of North Wales, has significant connections with Owain Gwynedd. Here five river valleys meet on a wide flood plain and each marks the route to the next habitation. Henry II and his troops could penetrate no further and stopped at Corwen before returning unsuccessful to England, harassed by Owain Gwynedd’s troops and the weather.
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Steam Train Fares 2016
There are two types of tickets available for ordinary travel on an A or B timetable.
A standard return from Llangollen to Corwen and an all day rover ticket. The rover ticket allows all day travel on any of our services on the day of purchase.
Please note: it is not possible to pre book seats for ordinary travel unless you would like to take advantage of our onboard catering or you are in a party of 10 passengers or more.
Standard Return – One return trip on day of purchase.
Adult (16+) – £15, Senior (60+) – £13.50, Child (3-15) – £8, Family (2 adults & 2 child) – £42
All Day Rover – Unlimited travel on any of our services on the day of purchase.
Adult (16+) – £17, Senior (60+) – £15, Child (3-15) – £10, Family (2 adults & 2 child) – £48
Single tickets, from any station to any station, are also available to purchase on the day.