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End of an era marked at Dwyrain Corwen East

THE Llangollen Railway ran the last public service train of the 2018 season with commemorative bilingual headboard and flags, to mark the end of four years of successful operations to the Phase 1 temporary platform at Dwyrain Corwen East.

Fittingly, on Sunday,

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