Porthmadog Harbour railway station reopens after £1.3m rebuild [BBC News]

Date: 23/03/2014

Trains have returned to a heritage railway station in Gwynedd reopened after a three-year, £1.3m rebuild. Porthmadog Harbour Station has been completely rebuilt by local contractors with volunteers and staff of the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways. Chairman John Prideaux said it had been an ambitious project completed despite the recent terrible weather. Daily services will now operate from the new station and an official opening ceremony will take place on 22 May.

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