Conway and Llanrwst Railway






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.


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
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
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

This is a single platform station, once a two platform station. ...

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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