The North Wales Coast was served by a busy main line with express services and freight. In addition there were a number of branches serving North Wales and the Isle of Anglesey. The motive power was dominated by ex-LMS designs & BR Standards. This volume explores these lines and their motive power and workings in the era of British Railways.
Into Wales by the Cambrian and Great Central Railways. The Wrexham Mold and Connahs Quay & Great Central route from Wrexham through Penyffordd to Chester Northgate.
Chester to Llandudno Junction. The main line busy with holiday traffic and freight heading along the coast through Rhyl & Colwyn Bay. Black 5s, Britannias, Duchess Pacifics & special trains are featured plus Rhyl Shed along with shunting duties and the transition to diesel traction.
Llandudno Junction. This busy junction with a wide variety of traffic in the BR era along with the steam shed.
Branches from Llandudno Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog and Llandudno
Along the Coast. The busy main line through Conwy & Penmaenmawr to Bangor with freight and passenger traffic behind a variety of steam classes. Plus a look at Bangor in the 1960s & 1970s
Across Anglesey. The main line to Holyhead and the many intermediate stations in the steam era and 1980s plus the branch to Amlwch in the days of steam and diesel traction. Includes special trains.
Produced by - Transport Video Publishing
Running time - 80 minutes approx
Released - January 2021