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The railway in Llangollen is a well renowned and established place on the heritage railway circuit but it has something for everyone. Apart from the skilled engineering workshops specialising in the restoration and new build of steam locomotives the town and surrounding countryside is an...More
We visited on a Saturday after schools broke up and was expecting it to be really busy but it wasn't massively so. The cafe catered for my daughters dairy allergy and it was the best cup of tea I'd had in ages.
We caught the...More
We visited here with our 3 year old daughter and my parents and brother. The train is nice and kept well, however I do have one complaint. My brother is a wheelchair user and was assisted with ramps to access the train, however the carriage...More
We had a great time riding on the steam and the diesel train from Llangollen to Carrog and then to Corwen and back to Llangollen. I would like to say well done to the staff on the 15th on the 15:17 back from Corwen to...More
Good value for money - very friendly staff/ volunteers.
Fantastic scenery. Maybe worth doing a little historical research about Thomas Telford to get the true context of the horseshoe falls and the Aqueduct at Fronesyltte
Grand day out!
My husband had mentioned he'd love to go to Llangollen Railway for his birthday so I decided to treat him to a Dine on the Line experience and it was fabulous. Booking online was so easy. I could choose which date/time I wanted and had...More
My wife and I booked online for the return from Llangollen, and had a wonderful journey recalling memories of our childhood on trains like these. Staff were polite, helpful and full of knowledge and give up their time to keep this attraction open...well done.
We looked at the web site prior to travelling and were aware of the lack of steam due to the high temperature so we’ll done for that announcement. There however the praise ends alas. Joining the train at Corwen we followed directions given in the...More
No steam for us due to the very dry weather but an enjoyable ride nonetheless. We started with a walk around Corwen and visiting the lovely church. We also saw the grave stone and epitaph to Owen Owen, a locomotive driver who died in 1872....More
We have visited Llangollen and it’s wonderful railway for the last 3 years, the scenery is fabulous, the volunteers very friendly and helpful, they are very informative. The cafe at Carrog is very good, their baps and cakes very tasty. We were there last week...More