Horse drawn canal boat trips, day boat hire and Tea Room.
Address: Station Rd, Trevor Basin,
This amazing canal in the sky was designed and built by Thomas Telford and Williams Jessop and is now a World Heritage Site. You can either walk across, if you dare, or save your legs and take a canal boat ride But there’s one thing you have to take with Read more [...]
Address: Bridgnorth Cliff Railway, 6A Castle Terrace,
United KingdomPhone: 01746 762052
Unique and historic Victorian Cliff Railway. Opened in 1892 to link High Town with Low Town and riverside quay. The oldest and steepest inland funicular railway in England. Enjoy magnificent views over the Severn Valley!
Address: TF8 7NH
United KingdomPhone: 01952 427 150Contact Email:
All ages welcome for great affordable fun! Families, schools, corporate groups and Hen & Stag groups welcome to enjoy our scenic guided float tours on the largest rafts in the UK (up to 16 per boat), hire your own raft (4-6 person), mega stand up paddle board (5-8 person), canoe Read more [...]
Address: 5b Tower park
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The Shrewsbury Sightseeing Tour Come and explore Shropshire from the top deck of our double decker buses. Visit our website for details and the timetable of the sightseeing tour. Our buses are also available to hire for any occasion.
Address: Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, Cosford
United KingdomPhone: 01902 376 200
Cosford is one of the UK’s top aircraft museums. The huge site houses over 70 aircraft and a host of exhibitions and features, including the new Cold War exhibition. FREE admission – pay & display car park.
Address: Llanymynech Wharf Visitor Centre, North Road
United KingdomPhone: 01691 839147
The Wharf Visitor Centre is open on Sundays from Easter to end of September from 1.30 – 4.30 and Bank Holidays from 11 – 4 for boat trips on the Montgomery Canal, light refreshments, gifts, local crafts and books.
Address: Welshpool & Llanfair Railway, The Station, Llanfair Caereinion,
The railway was built in 1902 to link the rural community with Welshpool. Today the steam train journey starts at Welshpool up the steep Golfa bank, through the Banwy Valley, into Llanfair Caereinion. Special event during the year are organized & there are also driving experience courses.
Address: Nantmawr, Shropshire
United KingdomPhone: 01948 781079
Located at the Nant Nawr Visitor Centre near Oswestry, the Tanat Valley Light Railway is the last remaining section of the ‘Old Potts’ which ran in its heyday from the Abbey station in Shrewsbury out to Criggion, Llanymynech and Nant Mawr.
Telford And Wrekin
Telford Public Transport is an independent transport information service for buses and trains in the Telford area. We are based in the heart of Telford and as such we are perfectly placed to bring you the latest updates and information to changes in local transport. We also have a Facebook Read more [...]