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TRAIN TRAVEL and RAIL TICKETS

Raileasy - Advance Train Tickets

Raileasy is an impartial train ticket website and is designed to simplify the fare structure and make it easier to understand the options available as well as making savings of up to 80% compares to ticket prices on the day. With less steps in the booking process than other websites and no need to register or remember a password, Raileasy.co.uk has made it far simpler for you to access advance tickets. Raileasy is accredited by the Association of Train Operating Companies.
Raileasy - Advance Train Tickets


Transport for Wales

TfW RAIL SERVICES for WALES

TfW Rail Transport for Wales

TfW Rail Services (Transport for Wales) manages and operates the Wales and Borders Rail Service in a safe, integrated and affordable way, and the people of Wales are rightly proud of this accessible service. Services run to and from Aberystwyth, Cardiff, Chester, Llandudno, Swansea, Tenby and other popular destinations. The TfW app keeps you updated when you’re on the move and allows you to book tickets on the go. Users can search train times and fares quickly and easily, and make instant bookings up to 10 minutes before departure. You can also book any UK route without additional cost. If you choose the mobile ticket delivery option on the app or online your ticket is sent straight to the app for convenience. The TfW app also gives live train departure information and the latest updates on any possible delays.


TFW also run classic rail journeys between Holyhead in Anglesey and the Welsh capital Cardiff. It is the beautiful route between North and South Wales, is incredibly scenic, and takes a reasonable 4 hours during which you can enjoy full breakfasts and evening meals cooked from scratch. This route is one of the last services to offer dining. Starting from the North Wales coastline, the train passes Conwy Castle and the beaches of Rhyl and Colwyn Bay. The train then cuts into England as it snakes down the border before brushing past the Brecon Beacons National Park on the final stretch before ending up in the Welsh capital, Cardiff.
TfW Rail Transport for Wales



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