Tickets are now available to purchase online for all of our upcoming events. Inc 1960s Weekend, 'Along Western Lines' Steam Gala and Jazz & Steam Train.
Welcome to Llangollen Railway

Welcome to Llangollen Railway

THE ONLY STANDARD GAUGE HERITAGE RAILWAY IN NORTH WALES.

We are primarily a steam hauled heritage railway located beside the historic Dee Bridge (built in 1345) in Llangollen.

The line follows the River Dee, classed as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), for its entire length.

Our small section of line, which in its day crossed Wales from Ruabon to Barmouth, offers a sample of the sights and sounds of yesteryear passing through some of the finest natural beauty North Wales has to offer.

The railway is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and this is evident as you meander through the Dee Valley.

From lambs in the Spring to the multicoloured falling leaves of Autumn, the views from our carriages are picturesque and ever changing.

As well as steam hauled trains, we also run Diesel locomotive and Heritage Railcar services on selected days throughout the season.

Come and visit Llangollen Railway and see how train travel used to be.

Fares

There are two types of tickets available for ordinary travel. A standard return and an all day rover ticket. The rover ticket allows all day travel on any of our services on the day of purchase.

Please note: it is not possible to pre book seats for ordinary travel unless you would like to take advantage of our onboard catering or you are in a party of 10 passengers or more.

Standard Return – One return trip on day of purchase.

Adult (16+) – £12, Senior (60+) – £10, Child (3-15) – £6, Family (2 adults & 2 child) – £30

All Day Rover – Unlimited travel on any of our services on the day of purchase.

Adult (16+) – £14, Senior (60+) – £12, Child (3-15) – £7, Family (2 adults & 2 child) – £36

Gala and Special Events

One, two and three day tickets for all our galas and special events can be purchased by clicking the red ticket button on the left hand side of the page.

Return tickets cannot be pre booked but will be available to purchase from the booking office on the day of the event.

Disabled Facilities

The majority of our trains have a specially adapted carriage for those with mobility problems. Ramps are available to help passengers onto these carriages. Please note: It is not possible to serve on board dining to those passengers sitting in the adapted carriages.

There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces at Llangollen Station available on a first come first serve basis for train passengers ONLY. Drivers are asked to display their blue badges. If there are no disabled spaces available, drivers may use the ramp to drop any disabled passengers off before making their way to a pay & display carpark.

Dogs

Well behaved dogs may travel on all of our services at a cost of £1 (Assistance dogs are free). All dogs must sit on the floor underneath the table and NOT on the seats.

Smoking

There is a STRICT no smoking policy at Llangollen Railway. Smoking is not permitted on any of our trains or station premises at any time.

Membership

For a membership form, please download the PDF below.

6430 and auto train coming out of Glyndyfrdwy

Photo: Frank Richards

Foxcote Manor

Photo: Lewis Maddox

3802 express service to Carrog

Photo: Frank Richards