|Blaenau Ffestiniog is currently the terminus for the Conwy Valley line from Llandudno Junction and is a popular rail tour destination with regular railtours over the summer months.|
It is also home to the Ffestiniog Railway, a narrow gauge line that stretches all the way to Porthmahdog and from there to Caernarfon on the Welsh Highland Railway, a wonderful 40 mile long journey through the beautiful landscape of Snowdonia Mountains National Park and the coasts of Wales.
There have been proposals put in place by the Ffestiniog Railway to alter the layout at Blaenau Ffestiniog to create a cross platform connection between the Network Rail line and the Ffestiniog Railway line.
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|It is proposed by the trust that the Trust shares in the efforts of the Ffestiniog Railway to create a cross platform interchange with a design of interchange allowing for three trains to be at a platform within the station at any one time. One being a Ffestiniog Railway Train, one being a TFW train and the third being one of our trains or a charter service. This would ensure that people can alight from or board any of the three trains without waiting for another train to depart.|
Further details of the works being planned for the site can be found in the Trusts Long Term plan under Phase 14