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Corwen Station coming soon

A new station is in the latter stages of completion next to the town’s main car park. It features an island platform with two platform edges (accessed via a pedestrian underpass), a headshunt, and a small siding on the same alignment as, and accessed from, the run-round loop. The new station is planned to open in 2022 and has full disabled access.

Once it opens fully passengers will be able to undertake the full 10 mile journey starting and finishing in Corwen. Parking for both cars and coaches is closer to the railway than in Llangollen. 

In Corwen you will find independent shops, a couple of pubs and cafés. The Corwen Museum is worth a visit. It is open 10.30 to 3.30 except Tuesdays and Thursdays, and features the history of the town and the railway. The original Victorian station building to the west side of the town has for long been the ‘home’ of Ifor Williams Trailers. 

Take a look at the ancient parish church of St Mael and St Sulien, and in the town square is the impressive statue of Owain Glyndwr.