Grant llangollen Railway money and permission to extend the line to Bala and Ruthin
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The llangollen heritage railway in north wales provides tourists with 10 miles of wonderfully refurbished and preserved steam railway for all to enjoy. The line was extended from Carog to Corwen (2.5 miles) in 2014 and a station is being fully funded by the donations of kind people.
I believe it is in the interests of tourism, and local history preservation that the 3 miles of uninterrupted trackbed to trevor (towards ruabon) and the countless miles of fields towards Bala would be great for the railway.
This massive extension evan to the outskirts of trevor will cost money and will absorb evan the hardest working people's energy and patiance but in the long run it's all worth it, I think a grant of 2.5million would be sufficient enough to fund the trackbed to Trevor and possibley a temporary station at Trevor and a further 3million would go to extending the line somewhat towards the miniature railway a Bala junction although the chances of this actually happening are slim, hopefully the government agrees to negotiating a grant with the railway...
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