Ale and mountain views on classic Welsh railway
Llangollen Railway is an integral part of North Wales’ industrial culture. Once transporting holidaymakers between Barmouth and Ruabon for holidays at the seaside. The train line remaining is a small section of this which now runs as a tourist attraction as it boasts some of the most gorgeous sites in Wales.
Do you want to see some gorgeous Welsh sites? Are you an enthusiast of trains? Well what about real ale? Well this looks like the perfect event for you. From Llangollen station depart and embark on a fabulous train journey across North Wales. If you book your ticket in advance then you will even be treated to a Llangollen station pint glass.
Taking place on the 9th of September, the event promises to be an absolute hit with locals and holiday makers eagerly anticipating the train journey.
The plan is to depart from Llangollen Station at 6.30pm soak up the fabulous sunset view through the window side, as well as the festive atmosphere within the train carriage. The Train will return to Llangollen station at approximately 9.30pm.
Some of the finest Real Ales that North Wales has to offer will be available to purchase on-board,
Following the journey there will also be a BBQ on the train platform. Food will be available at the station bar and café. If there’s a big group of you (as in eight or more), seating can be reserved to ensure that you are all placed together.
While children are permitted to join, it is advised that children do not attend this event (because of the adult orientated atmosphere which comes with an alcohol related event). This is a relaxed evening of drinking and pleasure, passengers however are not permitted to bring their own alcohol on-board the Real Ale Train. No worries though as there is plenty to go at on-board the Real Ale Train.
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