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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Trains run through winter wonderland


* The scene from the train on the approach to Glyndyfrdwy
and the view across the valley as a layer of snow carpets the higher ground.

Llangollen Railway is reporting wintery scenes in the Dee Valley.

After a busy Boxing Day with holidaymakers taking the Mince Pie Special trains through to Corwen, the day ended with the evening snowfall making things a bit tricky for those homeward bound.

However, on Saturday the landscape in the Dee Valley west of Berwyn retained a thin layer of snow on the high ground during a day of mixed weather for travellers.

George Jones for Llangollen Railway said: "If the snowfall is retained on the high ground for the rest of the festive season travellers by steam train will enjoy the sights of a winter wonderland on the journey through the Dee Valley."




 

* The Mince Pie Special train at Corwen east station with the Black Five No.45337.
 
 

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