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Written by Jack Bowley - 29 Nov 2013
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Location notes
A narrow road bridge to the east of Llandudno Junction station on the north wales coast line.
Railway type and traffic
Arriva's 158s operate on the Manchester services along with the 175s, Virgin Voyagers operating services to London and 150s work the Blaenau Ffestiniog trains.
The Valley flasks vary traction from 20s, 37s and 57s.
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RTT Link Llandudno Junction, Queens Road
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A narrow road bridge between housing areas. Traffic is not heavy but there is little room on the road as there is no footpath provided.
Road directions
Queen's Road is directly off the A547 in Llundudno Junction town. It is to the east of the station just opposite the Barclays Bank.

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Llandudno Junction, Queens Road map co-ordinates
There is roadside parking in the residential area.
Public transport
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There is a newsagents, small store and other little shops on the main A547 road.
Llandudno is a holiday resort so there are plenty of B&B places as well as a Peremiere Inn on the A547.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Llandudno Junction, Queens Road

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Streetmap links
Llandudno Junction, Queens Road general view map
Llandudno Junction, Queens Road close up map

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Llandudno Junction, Queens Road

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Photographic notes
With the line running fairly east to west at this point the line will favour west bound morning and east bound afternoon shots.
The bridge is quite narrow with no defined footpath. Setting up a tripod would require careful preparation and awareness of the surrounding traffic possibilities.

General views - All photographs © Jack Bowley unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking west

Fig 1 - Looking west

Fig 2 - Looking east

Fig 2 - Looking east

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