september, 2021

08sepAll DayThe Cambrian Coast Express II 2021AN EXTRA DATE - A day out along the Cambrian Coast with stunning scenery. Joining Stations:, Bristol Parkway, Cam & Dursley, Cheltenham Spa, Ashchurch, Worcester Parkway, Bromsgrove, Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton & Wellington.

97304 “John Tiley” and 97303 amble along the Dovey estuary at Frongoch with Pathfinder Tours’ “The Cambrian Coast Express ” 1Z30 05:39 Bristol Temple Meads to Pwllheli, the first charter to run to Pwllheli under ERTMS conditions.

Event Details

AN EXTRA DATE – WEDNESDAY, 08 SEPTEMBER 2021

Because our first ‘Cambrian Coast Express’ excursion this year is completely ‘Sold Out’ we are delighted to present another opportunity to enjoy a grand day out to North Wales.

For lovers of stunning scenery, the single track railway that wends across mid-Wales and then follows the Cambrian Coast, to Pwllheli, is hard to beat.

On leaving Shrewsbury enjoy the undulating views as our special train joins the Cambrian line heading west through the pleasant Borders countryside.  Once into Wales the line climbs through narrowing valleys to a summit at Talerddig before a winding descent to Machynlleth.  We soon cross and follow the Dovey Estuary to Aberdovey, before the climb to the Friog rock shelter is followed by descent to the world famous wooden bridge across the sandy Mawddach Estuary into Barmouth.  Our train then continues north through Harlech, with set downs at Minffordd and Porthmadog before reaching lines end at Pwllheli.  The return retraces the outward route, giving you another opportunity to appreciate the fabulous scenery.  We offer the following destinations for you to choose from:

Option A – BARMOUTH (1300/1750): A compact resort and start of a circular trip, featuring a river ferry and a walk over the Barmouth Bridge..

Option B – MINFFORDD & PORTMEIRION (1340/1705): Why not walk a mile (each way) and visit the Italianate village of Portmeirion, made famous by the Prisoner TV series of the 1960s (Pay admission charge on the day).

Option C – PORTHMADOG (1350/1655): A very pleasant port and town, home to several narrow gauge railways.

Option D – PWLLHELI (1430/1630): Market town of the Lleyn Peninsula with marina.  And lines end of course!

FaresAdultJuniorParty of 4Availability
Standard Class£119£60£456Book Now
First Class£159£119£616Book Now
First Class Plus£179£139£696Book Now
Premier Dining£279£239£1096Book Now

Table for Two seats are available at a supplement of £35 per person in First Class, First Class Plus and Premier Dining.


ESTIMATED TIMINGS

Motive power is expected to be a DB Cargo class 67 locomotive to Wellington and return & Network Rail class 97/3s thereafter.

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