After 45 years of building a railway line between two Denbighshire towns, volunteers say they need £10,000 to finish the last stretch. Ten miles (16km) of the Llangollen steam railway line has been rebuilt between Llangollen and Corwen, with a platform created at the end. But there remains a gap in the embankment between the new station and the rest of the line. The gap was created to allow access to a sewage farm and must now be filled. When this is done, steam trains will be able to travel down the full length of the track.
After working since the 1970s to rebuild a railway line, volunteers need funds to link the final part.
Llangollen and Corwen Railway
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