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A pavement location on the main road, A546, into Llandudno
Railway type and traffic
Class 150 units operate the line. Although the occasional charter does venture up the line.
There is no freight traffic.
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RTT Link Llandudno, Maesdu Bridge
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A road bridge for a busy road. The pavements are quite wide.
There is no parking on the road at the location, but there are places to park just off the roundabout.
Get the train to Llandudno then walk out of the station, turn right and then when you reach Builder Street, turn right. Continue down this road for about a mile. You will then arrive at a roundabout. Turn right at this roundabout and you will arrive on Maesdu Bridge.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
There are no amenities at the location, but there is a shopping area outside the station.
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Llandudno, Maesdu Bridge
Llandudno, Maesdu Bridge general view map
Llandudno, Maesdu Bridge close up map
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Llandudno, Maesdu Bridge
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The line is running in a northerly direction so lighting will never be 'on the nose' outside of the extreme hours in the summer. But the open nature of the location should provide for a more panoramic shot. The area is coastal and very open so expect the possibility of wind.
General views - All photographs © Jack Bowley unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south
Fig 2 - Looking north
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