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Join us on a fictional journey of the Cambrian Railways, along a trail of discovery, as we bring you the seventh Cambrian Heritage Railways Beer Festival – a perfect day out for everyone. Over the two days, we will have 7 breweries specially selected by our team to ensure each resides as close to a former Cambrian line or Station as possible, including our very own neighbour, the Stonehouse Brewery.
Your journey starts at Oswestry station, where you will board our Beer Festival service which will take you along our recently restored extension to our terminus at Weston Wharf where you will be immersed into the Beer Festival of the Cambrian.
Each brewery will be bringing a railway theme to the festival with a selection of beers for your enjoyment, we will be serving the festival beers from within the recently restored Weston Wharf goods shed.
The full range of beers on offer from the breweries is to be confirmed so watch this space for updates.
Included in your ticket is:
On the day, beer will be available to buy using our token system, tokens will be available to purchase from Oswestry station upon arrival and also from Weston Wharf at one of our token stalls. Tokens are not available to pre-purchase and must be purchased on the day.
Tokens are priced singularly and discounted if purchased in bulk, each token gets ½ pint of your selected beer, the prices for the tokens are:
Book your tickets today for what is set to be a highlight of the summer, an event you won’t want to miss.
Train Running Times
This event will be using our Main Timetable & Evening Timetable (for anyone staying after 16:35).
The opening times listed below are for the opening of the festival bar. To see the train times please click here.
Bar Opening Times
Friday 5.30pm – 8.15pm (last train 8.30pm)
Saturday 11.30am – 8.15pm (last train 8.30pm)
Sunday 11.30am – 4.15pm (last train 4.35pm)
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The above times are subject to Licensing restrictions