Phase One to the right: Phase Two to the left! Crew cabin and portaloo to the left of the roadway. Access to the Treatment Works straight ahead.

These Aerial Pictures were taken some time ago before any work started on tracklaying towards Corwen.

They were taken specially by Mike Catania of Mold Camera Club - many thanks, Mike.

This picture of Corwen Town from the South shows the line of the railway as it approaches from the right from Carrog. Dwyrain Corwen East platform is marked, as is the location for the Phase Two construction of Corwen Station. The trees, bottom right, are on top of the Berwyn Mountain ridge and the footpath to the viewpoint can be seen.

This picture is taken from the West, looking east towards Carrog and Glyndyfrdwy. The haze on the picture is reflection inside the aircraft cabin window.

I think it’s worth having another look at what awaits passengers arriving at Corwen

Left - Caer Drewen, the hillfort above the town of Corwen, on the North side of the River Dee, accessible by footpath but quite a stiff climb.

Right - The Berwyn Mountains rise directly to the south of Corwen Town. There is a good path up to just below the ridge where the path continues along the ridge to a viewpoint.

Photos - John Rutter

Corwen Central Station  Tracklaying Commences

April 2015, the west end loop points being assembled on the embankment behind the car park.

Photos - Peter Jump