TRAIN services running through the coastal areas of North Wales which have ran before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic are to return this weekend.

The pre-COVID summer Sunday morning services from Chester to Holyhead, and from Holyhead to Crewe, will start up again on Sunday, June 2.

These Transport for Wales-operated services will then run each week until Sunday, September 8.


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Chester to Holyhead - stops

6.21am - Chester

6.34am – Flint

6.47am - Prestatyn

6.53am - Rhyl

7.03am - Colwyn Bay

7.11am - Llandudno Junction

7.28am - Bangor

7.55am - Holyhead

Holyhead to Crewe – stops

7.16am - Holyhead

7.43am - Bangor

8.04am - Llandudno Junction

8.10am - Colwyn Bay

8.16am - Abergele & Pensarn

8.22am - Rhyl

8.38am - Flint

8.57am - Chester

9.19am - Crewe