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Conwy Valley Railway Partnership
Conwy Valley Railway. A scenic rail journey from the Llandudno coast to Snowdonia & Blaenau Ffestiniog. Account managed by the Community Rail Partnership.
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 19
Replying to @LeinDconwyVLine
❌Llandudno Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog - Remains closed 🚌Rail replacement bus service will operation. Bus Timetable can be viewed here 👇
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 19
⚠️Whilst the situation is improving, more heavy rain is forecast so customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following flood damage to key routes caused by This map shows the current line closures👇
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Conwy Valley Railway Partnership Feb 19
Storm Dennis Impact on Line remains closed, a rail replacement bus service will operate between Llandudno Junction & Blaenau Ffestiniog until further notice. Road replacement bus timetable can be found 👇👇
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Conwy Valley Railway Partnership Feb 19
Approx 4 weeks, bus replacement service until further notice 😭 There is significant disruption across the whole network.
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 18
Replying to @LeinDconwyVLine
❌Conwy Valley line - Line closed. 🚌A rail replacement bus service will operate between Llandudno Junction & Blaenau Ffestiniog until further notice.
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 18
⚠️Storm Dennis Impact update⚠️THREAD⚠️ Passengers are urged to check for delays or cancellations as poor weather set to continue into Wednesday & Thursday. Where trains are cancelled or terminating short of destination, every effort will be made to provide a rail replacement.
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 18
Replying to @LeinDconwyVLine
Abergavenny – Hereford - expected to remain closed Wednesday & Thursday. Conwy Valley line – line closed until further notice. 🚌Replacement road transport in place
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Llechwedd Feb 17
Thank you to an incredible funded social enterprise in Blaenau Ffestiniog, who are hard at work controlling the large areas of Rhododendron around our site. Check out more of their work at
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 17
⚠️🌧️Storm Dennis Impact - Tuesday 18th Feb 🌧️⚠️ ⚠️THREAD ⚠️ Passengers are urged to check before they travel as Storm Dennis continues to cause severe flooding on the Wales & Borders network.
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 16
⚠️🌧️Storm Dennis Impact - Monday 17th Feb 🌧️⚠️ ⚠️THREAD⚠️ Passengers are urged to check before they travel as Storm Dennis continues to cause severe flooding on the Wales & Borders network. ℹ️
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Network Rail Wales & Borders Feb 17
We would like to say a massive "Thank You" to everyone who has been so understanding during . Work is still ongoing in the aftermath of the extreme weather, so please still check journey details before travel as some services are still affected. Thank you!
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ACoRP Feb 17
IMPORTANT NEWS.... we've changed our Twitter handle. ACoRP will now be tweeting as . Keep following our feed and the hashtag, to keep up to date with everything community rail related.
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Hannah Tuck Feb 17
Carnage the morning on the network but please be understanding, staff are doing their best in a difficult situation. Looking forward to an event later about with , , and along with and
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Llechwedd Feb 16
Did you know that the included our amazing glamp site as one of it's '10 best affordable family-friendly places to stay in the UK' for 2020? Not only that, but due to high demand, we’ve brought forward the opening of the safari lodges to Friday 6th March!
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Aaron Wynne Feb 16
Replying to @aarwynne
Thank you also to the people of Llanrwst for coming together as a community to support each other. (2/3)
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 16
⚠️ - Monday 17th February Please check before travelling & allow extra time for your journey tomorrow The lines likely to be affected tomorrow morning will be Aberdare – Pontypridd Newport – Hereford Conwy Valley line Cambrian Line
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 16
⚠️ - Monday 17th February 2020 Passengers are urged to check before they travel on Monday as Storm Dennis continues to cause severe flooding on the Wales and Borders network.
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Feb 16
⚠️ Due to flooding the following lines are closed ❌ Ebbw Vale to Crosskeys ❌ Gobowen to Wrexham ❌ Conwy Valley Line ❌ The Cambrian line ❌ The Marches line ❌ Lydney to Gloucester ❌ Shrewsbury to Wellington
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National Rail Feb 13
⚠️ - Warning of possible disruption on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 February ℹ️More information can be found in latest Travel News: 🚆No train alterations due to the forecast adverse weather have yet been announced. ➡️
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Welsh Government Economy and Transport Feb 13
Everyone has the right to work or travel on our network without fear of abuse or threats. Incidents are small in terms of overall journeys, but can have significant effects on staff and passenger wellbeing. are now deploying a bodycam trial to tackle the issue.
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