Heritage Railway

Corwen Central station comes closer

VOLUNTEERS have been encouraged to press on with different aspects of Llangollen Railway’s new Corwen Central western terminus project following high-profile inspections by successive visitors to the site.

The ‘guest list’ has included chairman of Network Rail, Sir Peter Hendy CBE, the Welsh Minister for Culture, Tourism & Sport, Lord Elis-Thomas, and Network Rail manager for England and Wales, Andy Thomas,

The temporary building, as delivered 12 months ago, has received planning permission from Denbighshire County Council and, after acquiring a new watertight roof and new entrance and exit doors, a coat of chocolate and cream paint has

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