The re-born Llangollen Railway is now running trains from Tuesdays right through to Sundays.
They will be using their heritage railcar which gives a panoramic driver's-eye-view of the line and the Dee Valley.
Services depart Llangollen every hour from 11am until 4pm, and from Berwyn every hour from 11.25am until 4.25pm. Return tickets cost £8 for adults, £7 for seniors and £4 for children. Tickets are available to purchase on the day.
Currently the trains are running between Llangollen and Berwyn but the railway hopes to extend services further up the line in the next few weeks and more details will be posted soon.
The reintroduction of highly popular steam services is also proposed for later this month.
* The massive longitudinal beams for the canopy on the waiting room at the new Corwen station have been installed.
These connect with the columns around the stairway and the steelwork for the waiting room.
* Railway bosses have welcomed the introduction of a new bus service with connections to Corwen and Llangollen, two of its most important stops.
The Trawscymru T10 service links Corwen with Bangor via Betws y Coed and Bethesda.
It also connects with the T3 service at Corwen for connections to/from Llangollen and Wrexham.
The service operates seven days per week and all journeys are operated by modern comfortable coach style vehicles.
The T10 buses connect with the Snowdon Sherpa network at Betws y Coed and Capel Curig and link with train services at Bangor and Betws y Coed stations.