The Conwy Valley Line - Lein Dyffryn Conwy

by Dave Sallery

Brand new 197002 at the newly rebuilt Dolgarrog station on 24th June 2021. These CAF built trains will eventually take over all services in North Wales apart from Avanti and loco hauled trains.  Dolgarrog station was completely rebuilt following the floods of 2019.  Photo by Gary Thomas. 


Contents of this website

An introduction to the Conwy Valley line

Live on-line train running information

The passenger's view from the train

A route map of the line

Llandudno Jct., Glan Conwy, Tal y Cafn

Dolgarrog & Llanrwst

Betws y Coed & Pont y Pant

Dolwyddelan & Roman Bridge

Blaenau Ffestiniog & the Ffestiniog Railway - Page 1

Blaenau Ffestiniog & the Ffestiniog Railway - Page 2

From Blaenau Ffestiniog to Trawsfynydd - Page 1

From Blaenau Ffestiniog to Trawsfynydd - Page 2

Trawsfynydd to Bala - A brief history

From Trawsfynydd to Cwm Prysor

From Cwm Prysor to Bala Junction 

Welsh Mountaineer steam - May 2nd 2009

61994 Preston - Blaenau, 21 August 2012

Slate waste traffic - some information

The floods of 2004

Visit of the Royal Train - July 2004

The Northern Belle - 7th Sept. 2004.

The Whistling Slater, 40145  - 4th June 2005

Steam to Blaenau Ffestiniog - 1998 & 1999

NEW Six Photo Gallery Pages

Links to other sites

The first visit of Class 70's to the line was on 4th June 2020.  70802 and 812 are seen near Glan Conwy on an engineering train in connection with repairs to the line following flooding. Thanks to Garry Stroud for use of the photo.

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