Prestatyn - Dyserth Way

This 2 ½ mile route follows the path of a disused railway line. It was built initially to serve the mines and quarries in the surrounding hillsides as for centuries, lead, zinc; silver and limestone were mined from the area. For a short period the railway also carried passengers; with sixteen passenger trains per day using the line at its peak. This ceased in 1930 due to competition from bus services, and after 104 years in use, the final freight train left Dyserth Quarry and the line closed in 1973.

Prestatyn – Dyserth Walk Way

Prestatyn – Dyserth Walk Way

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