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C CAMBRIAN RAILWAY^ TOURS IN WALES BATHING, BOATING, FISHING (Sea, River, and Lake), COACHING, MOUNTAINEERING. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd CLASS TOURIST TICKETS available for Two Calendar Months, renewable up to 31st December, are issued from 1st May to 31st October at all the Principal Stations in England and Scotland, and at Dublin, and other Principal Stations in Ireland to ABERYSTWYTH, ABERDOVEY, TOWYN, DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH, CRICCIETH, BORTH, HARLECH, PORTMADOC, PWLLHELI, RHAYADER. BUILTH WELLS, AND BRECON. THE Scenery traversed by and adjacent to the Cambrian Railways is of an exceedingly varied and beautiful description, and the Coast of Cardigan Bay, to which the line affords the most convenient access, offers great advantages for Sea bathing in the long reaches of firm, safe, and sandy beach, with which it abounds, and in its pure and bracing air. The Mountain Ranges of SNOW DON, CADER IDltIS, and PLYXLIMON, with their Rivers and Lakes are also readily accessible from the various Watering-places, thus placing within the ■each of Visitors a delightful combination of the natural beauties of Sea and Land. The Valley of the Wye, through which the Line to Brecon runs, also possesses great attractions for Tourists and Anglers. LAKE VYRNWY, reeently stocked with Loch Leven Trout, is within 10 Miles of Llanfyllin Station. Arrangements are made during the Summer Months for the conveyance of visitors by Coach to and from places of interest in the vicinity of the Coast Line at reduced charges by which means, and also by the Festiniog, Talyllyn, and Corris miniature-guage Railways, whose termini are on the Cambrian system, the following amongst other places can eaSily be "8åied by dailv Excursions SNOWDON, BEDDGELERT, TAN-Y-BWLCH, FESTINIOG SLATE QUARRIES, CWMBYCHAN LAKE, MAWDDACH ESTUARY, PRECIPICE WALK & TORRENT WALK (Dolgklley), TALYLLYN LAKE, CORRIS, LLYFNANT VALLEY, RHEIDOL LAKE, DEVIL'S BRIDGE, MAENTWROG ABERSOCH, &e. SPECIAL TICKETS T REDUCED FARES are also issued between Local Stations to TOURISTS, and for FISHING, PIC-NIC, and other PARTIES. A SPECIAL SERVICE OF EXPRESS TRAINS Is run daily during the Season in c mnection with Fast Trains on the London and North Western and other Railways, with Through Carriages of the most modern type, from and to LONDON, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, STAFFORD, SHREWSBURY, HEREFORD, MERTHYR, NEWPORT (MON.), CARDIFF, &c The following is the service during the months of July, August and September, from London, Birminghm, Manchester, Liverpool, Newport and Cardiff t § Sundays. p.m a.m. a.m. p.m. London (Euston) dep. 10 0 5 15 t 11 15 10 0 ") p.m. ) Birmingham (New Street) „ 11 15 7 30 § 12 35 11 15 a.m. | SATURDAY Nioin, Manchester (London Road) 12 0 8 33 11 50 12 0 ( Liverpool (Lime Street) „ 11 45 8 15 11 45 11 45 J Newport (Mon.) 11 10 Cardiff (Taff Vale) 10 2S Cardiff (Rliynincy) 11 30 Aberystwyth arr. 7 25 2 0 5 15 7 0 10 0 ) D Barmouth „ 9 25 2 22 5 39 7 27 10 40 [ SUNDAY MORNIN*. t Through ktjards taking charge of Luggage and attending to Through Passengers travel from London and Manchester to Aberystwyth by trains marked. t §, c 1 l ¡.I.S Carriages from London, Liverpool, and Manchester, and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Class Carriages from Newport and Cardiff on these Trains are provided with Lawt r, s. "1"1,<. Pj'OL'rannnes, Guide Books, and full particulars of Trains, Fares. &c., may be obtained at any of the Company's Stations or Booking Offices, and at 34, JstiMH otreet, [.i i, or 011 tcttie undersigned. Also from ^vr G. T. Purnell, 55. High Street, Croydon, and at the undermentioned offices of Messrs. Henry Gaze and StML x<xct>i»i«;i icwi.,1 agents. London—142, Strand Birmingham—Stephenson Place, New Street Station. Dublin—16, Suffolk Street Glasgow—34, Gordon Street. torju-n-, Offices, Oswestry. J. CONACHER, Secretary and General Manager. j JOHN JAMES, .¡ LONDON & PROVINCIAL TEA, WINE & SPIRIT STORES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. ¡ 4 Sole Agent for the Celebrated Firm of Bass & Co, I \J C 1\4 I BURTON-ON-TRENT. Families and the Trade Supplied with Ales and Stout in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks, in Pint and Hair-Pint Bottles. iA)Ni.>ON & PROVINCIAL TEA, cM SToiiE\. I i), A L; 1" 1

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