Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway (Welshpool) Reviews
Newest Review: ... up to book our places, although a little steep at £9.80 each (even for the kids!). Anyway two days later my receipt and ticket arrived, so we all looked forward to going. On the day, we arrived at Llanfair station 10mins early to hear lovely christmas music and a great atmosphere. We boarded the train and were soon on our way, the kids were mesmerised by smoke coming out of a train! When we came to the next station at Cyfronydd, another steam train came rushing in, and guess who was hanging from it waving? Yea, it was Father Christmas! As we were waiting for him to come to our carriage, some of his friends got on to entertain the kids... more
Customer Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway (Welshpool) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
As christmas was approaching, i had decided to take my partners little boy and my two nephews to see Father Christmas. However, i could not find any Grotto's locally, and remembered being told about the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway. I looked them up on the internet and discovered that we could ride the old fashioned steam train with Santa! Great I thought, so i phoned them up to book our places, although a little steep at £9.80 each (even for the kids!). Anyway two days later my receipt and ticket arrived, so we all looked forward to going. On the day, we arrived at Llanfair station 10mins early to hear lovely christmas ... Read the complete review
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