Llangollen Railway has had to close for a second time due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It shut down regular services for the first time during the early days of the nationwide lockdown last spring.
But now the heritage line, which operates as a charity, has announced it is to close for a second time following yesterday's announcement by the Welsh Government of a local lockdown starting tomorrow (Thursday) at 6pm.
In a statement issued late this afternoon general manager Liz McGuinness said: "After a meeting with the interim board it has been agreed that we will close after the last service tomorrow until 14th October.
"This will be under constant review. We don't have an option and I do hope this will be short lived."
During the first lockdown the railway ran into a major financial crisis due to a massive shortfall of income from passengers.
But help came in the form of £161,000 of National Lottery support aimed at addressing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The cash, from the Heritage Fund, was intended to support the attraction through the coming difficult winter months and help with the implementation of its recent governance review.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown began the railway has been working hard to raise funds to ensure its survival.
It has also been implementing many changes to help safeguard its future.