Conway and Llanrwst Railway






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.


The 1457 from Blaenau Ffestiniog runs alongside the Conwy estuary towards the last station on the branch, Glan Conwy. The ATW Class 150 Sprinter will ...
Mark Bartlett 29/11/2011
Beauty and the bus shelter - looking north towards Llandudno Junction over the River Conwy in the late afternoon sunshine on 14th April 2015. ...
Colin McDonald 14/04/2015
First station on the Blaenau Ffestiniog branch from Llandudno Junction is Glan Conwy, overlooking the Conwy estuary. The station house is now in ...
Mark Bartlett 03/12/2011
Glan Conwy's location, overlooking the Conwy estuary, is as picturesque as they come. It was named Llansaintffraid when it first opened and was a ...
Mark Bartlett 03/12/2011

Late afternoon sunshine at Tal-y-Cafn on 14th April 2015. The board on the retained but disused up platform still displays the full former name of ...
Colin McDonald 14/04/2015
Tal-y-Cafn, on the Blaenau Ffestiniog branch, looking from the level crossing north towards Llandudno Junction. The station was formerly a passing ...
Mark Bartlett 01/12/2011
The last down train of the day calls at Tal-Y-Cafn on 8 May 1990 in fading sunlight with a Llandudno Junction - Blaenau Ffestiniog service. ...
Ian Dinmore 08/05/1990

The setting sun illuminates the remote halt of Dolgarrog, separated from the village it serves by the River Conwy and only accessible from there by ...
Mark Bartlett 28/11/2011