In the fourth and final episode of Coastal Railways, airing on Sunday 17 December at 8.00pm, Julie travels from Cardigan Bay to Liverpool. Her trips starts in Aberystwyth, Wales, where she was once ‘banned from every pub.’
Travelling north, she arrives at Tywyn, famous for its heritage steam railway and the inspiration behind Thomas the Tank Engine. She visits Llwyngwril, where the tiny community is literally trying to knit itself famous. Julie tries her hand at carriage painting in Boston Lodge, before catching the famous Ffestiniog railway through Snowdonia.
There’s also the fastest zip wire in Europe and a lucky sheep farmer in Llandudno. Later, Julie visits the largest pet cemetery in Europe in Flint, before her final stop in Liverpool.
Executive Producer: Paul Sommers
Series Producer and Director: Kim Maddever
Production Company: Alaska TV
Coastal Railways With Julie Walters Episode 4 (of 4) airs Sunday 17 December 2017 from 8.00pm-9.00pm on Channel 4.