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Llangollen and Corwen Railway

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Llangollen and Corwen Railway

The Llangollen and Corwen Railway was formed as a continuation of the Vale of Llangollen Railway to continue the line along the Dee Valley a further 9 miles 50 chains (15.5 km) to Corwen. This was opened on 1 May 1865 and was worked by the Great Western Railway and subsequently the Western Region of British Railways.

It survives today, and is operated as the heritage Llangollen Railway.


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