Gladstones Library in Hawarden
Borderlands Hawarden Bridge
Borderlands Line
Exploring Caergwrle Castle on the Borderlands Line
Borderlands Line
Bidston to Wrexham Central
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Bidston Railway Station Interchange
Bidston Hill is one of the highest points on the Wirral with excellent view points of the River Mersey. Other interesting buildings to visit include Bidston Observatory and Bidston Lighthouse.

Heswell Railway Station
Explore the unique shops and beautiful countryside as well as explore the medieval Brimstage Hall, located just over a mile away.

Neston Railway Station
Neston is linked historically as an agricultural centre, a port, a mining village and a market town. A Friday market alongside specialist shops attracts shoppers from the surrounding areas.

Hawarden Bridge Railway Station
From here you can access the National Cycle Network route 568 offering fantastic riverside views on the route to Chester, Flint and North Wales Coast (suitable for all the family). Walk or cycle across the remarkable structure of Hawarden Bridge, which when complete in 1889 it was the largest swing bridge in the world. It was fixed into position in 1971.

Shotton Railway Station
Cool down at Deeside Ice Rink, only 10 minutes’ walk from the railway station.

Hawarden Railway Station
Hawarden Castle is a short walk away and is Grade I listed and was the estate of the former British Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone. Take a look around St Deiniols Library before having a bite to eat in the library’s restaurant.

Buckley Railway Station
Buckley is a historic brick making and pottery town. Discover more about the town’s history as you walk the heritage trail and see the remains of Buckley’s industrial past. Look out for the evidence of forgotten tramways that operated as early as the 1790’s.

Caergwrle Railway Station
A short walk from the railway station brings you to the ruins a 13th century castle with exhilarating views of the surrounding area. A further walk up to Hope mountain is also easily accessible from the main road of Caergwrle boasting breath-taking views of the area.

Wrexham General Railway Station
Explore the football stadium or get your retail fix and Plas Coch retail park.

Wrexham Central Railway Station
Leave the train here for the heart of the town centre where you can explore Waterworld, Bersham Museum, traditional indoor markets and one of the seven wonders of Wales, the St Giles Parish Church.

More lines to explore nearby

Nearby heritage railways