Mind the gap: a day out in Barmouth

The Cambrian Railway Line merges into the coast and is one of the most scenic routes in Britain – 120 miles of gorgeous vistas. The area’s charms are not limited

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Mind the gap: A day out in Criccieth

When it comes to seaside holidays, there are few places that can compare to Criccieth. After all, where else can you find two beautiful beaches, Victorian architecture, top-class cuisine, breathtaking

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Autumnal walks: Fairbourne to Barmouth

At under four miles long and as flat as any walk comes in Wales, this makes a lovely autumnal morning or afternoon stroll. There are options to extend, including an

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7 reasons why Mid Wales is best travelled by train

Dramatic views, coastlines as far as the eye can see and quaint towns, mid Wales is filled with enchanting curiosity. No other form of transport unlocks its beauty better than

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Planning a walking trip in Mid & North Wales? Don’t forget the Cambrian Line!

The Cambrian Trailways are a series of leaflets promoting self guided linear walks between railway stations on the Cambrian network. These have been developed to promote car-free accessible walks in

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Cambrian film gets official launch at the Senedd with Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas

An innovative film designed to improve customer service and support for passengers has been unveiled today by the Cambrian Railways Partnership at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay. ‘A Helping Hand’

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