Carrog Station is set close to the village of Carrog with its 17th century Dee Bridge, river and mountain vistas and traditional pub. Meticulously rebuilt by volunteers, as it was in the 1950s, here can be found a place where time has stood still.
Buy your tickets from the original booking hall before visiting the friendly tea room, which serves a variety of freshly made snacks and homemade cakes, as well as tea, coffee and soft drinks.
The station car park also provides coach and disabled access.
There is plenty for the discerning traveller to do between trains, including the Village Trail, the Grouse Inn, riverside & hill walks and places of historical interest.
A delightfully restored station and the western terminus of the railway until a few years ago. It is well worth alighting here if you are not in a rush because the station is always manned and has a highly recommended Tearoom for hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, cakes, ice cream etc. When it’s cool outside there will usually be coal fires.
There are 2 converted railway coaches in the siding selling railway memorabilia. Proceeds going to the renovation and upkeep of steam locomotives. These are run by volunteers and may not always be open.
The pretty village of Carrog overlooks the River Dee. Again there are no shops but you’ll find a very good pub, The Grouse, where you may wish to make a lunch stop.
The walks mentioned under Glyndyfrdwy may be taken in the opposite direction.
Breakdown or Immobilisation
Llangollen Railway Trust Ltd will not accept responsibility for last minute cancellations, delays or other related circumstances due to vehicle breakdown or immobilisation. In the event of such an occurrence, no compensation, consequential losses or other such claim shall be accepted. If this occurrence happens after departure Llangollen Railway Trust Ltd shall be responsible for returning you to your confirmed drop-off point within a reasonable time.