There is another opportunity for those interested in the progress being made on Llangollen Railway's extension project to take part in a walk from Carrog to Corwen on Saturday (October 13).
Departing Carrog station at noon, on Saturday, the walk will proceed via the riverside footpath to the foot crossing over the railway and up on to the A5 road.
From the A5, several opportunities are available to view the new line and the work being undertaken through to Plas Bonwm.
Access to the new rail head at Bonwm will then allow for walking on the next trackbed section, which is being prepared for track laying after the Over-bridge 28 repairs are completed.
The proposed site for a loop line to permit engines to run round the train outside of Corwen will be inspected and onwards to the site of the Phase 1 Corwen East platform.
The walk then heads through the site of the proposed Phase 2 terminal station, along the embankment to Green Lane and ends in Corwen.
The walking distance is approximately 2.5 miles and duration is two hours allowing for information and discussion en route.
Outdoor clothing and strong footware are recommended for all those taking part.