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Kids Go Free at Gwili Railway

Start Date: 15 February 2020
End Date: 22 February 2020

This February Half Term Kids go Free at Gwili Railway in Carmarthenshire

On selected days over the School Holidays in February Up to 2 children with one paying adult can travel Free on the trains at Gwili Railway in Carmarthenshire

On Saturdays a Class 03 Diesel will be pulling the carriages

On Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday it will be a Steam Service – the Welsh Guardsman

 

Where

Gwili Railway
Bronwydd Arms Station
Carmarthen
Carmarthenshire
SA33 6HT

 

Time

Trains depart 11am, 1pm and 3pm

 

Price

Adult £12
Senior £11
Extra Child £6
Dog £2

 

 

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