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• Through the Heart of Wales
• Two Fantastic Journeys on Just One Ticket!
• My Escape to the Cambrian Coast
• Eryri-Rhwng y Graig a'r Tonnau
• Snowdon Sherpa'r Wyddfa
• The Flexible Travelling Companion
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Through the Heart of Wales by Roger Thomas

One rail route that more than lives up to its name!

The Heart of Wales line winds its way through beautiful green landscapes on a 120-mile journey between Swansea and Shrewsbury. It's a line from a vanished age, harking back to the great days of the railways when many rural communities were only accessible by train. Only a handful of such lines survive today. On the Heart of Wales Line, the enjoyment of the journey is just as important as getting there!... Read OnBack to Top

Two Fantastic Journeys on Just One Ticket by John Davies

"Getting to the Snowdonia National Park by train is easy and convenient."

The Conwy Valley train travels through some of Wales' wildest and most beautiful scenery and connects easily into the Snowdon Sherpa buses to get you almost anywhere in the northern Snowdonia area; and to the Ffestiniog Railway for a thrilling ride on a vintage narrow gauge steam train to the Cambrian Coast at Porthmadog. And both these trips can be done with just one ticket from your local station... Read OnBack to Top

My Escape to the Cambrian Coast by 'Big Brother' star Craig Phillips

"You mustn't miss the fabulous views from Barmouth Bridge... It carries the train right across the mouth of an estuary!"

After spending 64 days locked inside the Big Brother house in 2001, I jumped at the chance to get out into the countryside. My task on this occasion was to take the train through Wales to the fantastic little village of Portmeirion, sampling some of the other sights along the way. ...Read On Back to Top

Eryri-Rhwng y Graig a'r Tonnau gan Dylan Iorwerth

Mae yna un ardal sy'n crynhoi holl amrywiaeth Cymru - yr harddwch a'r gweithgareddau, y caledi a'r rhamant, yr hanes a'r diwylliant. Ac yn Eryri, mae popeth o fewn ychydig filltiroedd cyfleus...

Ers canrifoedd, mae ymwelwyr wedi heidio i Eryri. Cyn bod sôn am ddiwydiant twristiaeth, roedd y mynyddoedd a'r môr yn cael eu cymharu gyda harddwch yr Alpau a glannau'r Môr Canoldir... Darllen Back to Top

Snowdon Sherpa'r Wyddfa by John Davies, Huw Percy and Terry Jackson

"Your Mountain Guide to getting around Snowdonia."

Forget about driving, focus on the scenery, keep your eye off the road and have a brilliant family day out in the mountains using the Snowdon Sherpa bus service, together with other local buses and trains. Whether you're staying on the North Wales coast or in the heart of the country, these services are your best passport to a great day out in Snowdonia's National Park... Read On Back to Top

Snowdon Sherpa'r Wyddfa gan John Davies, Huw Percy ac Terry Jackson

"Yn Eich Tywys o amgylch Eryri."

Cewch anghofio am orfod gyrru, wrth ymlacio a mwynhau golygfeydd a swˆyn Eryri drwy fanteisio ar wasanaeth bws y Sherpa, bysus a threnau lleol eraill. Does dim gwahaniaeth os ydych yn aros ar arfordir Gogledd Cymru neu yng nghefn gwlad, y gwasanaethau hyn yw'r ffordd orau i fwynhau diwrnod gwych ym Mharc Cenedlaethol Eryri... Darllen Back to Top

The Flexible Travelling Companion by Dylan Iorwerth

"These tickets give you the freedom and flexibility you want, combining train and bus routes with travel on the narrow-gauge railways."

There's now a more persuasive reason than ever for getting around Wales by train. It's in the form of the great-value unlimited-travel tickets available, which give passengers the freedom of Wales scenic rail network. And there's more than just rail travel involved. When you purchase the all-Wales, or the South Wales or North & Mid Flexi-Rover and Wales tickets you'll receive money-saving offers on a whole range of attractions and services, including buses and narrow-gauge railways, castles and museums... Read On Back to Top

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