Catch the Chester Holyhead Train, Rail Timetable to Holyhead


You may want to take the Chester Holyhead train if you are planning on visiting Anglesey or perhaps you need to get over to Dublin for your holiday in Ireland.

If you want catch one of the Holyhead ferries then taking a train for Chester is a convenient way to start your vacation experience.

No need to worry about queues along the A55 and the ferry port at Holyhead is next to the railway station.






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Below you will find the times for the Chester Holyhead train and for the return journeys from Holyhead to Chester.

While Arriva offers the service from Holyhead to Cardiff via Chester, Virgin runs the service to London Euston via Crewe.

The timetables will vary between weekdays and weekends when engineering works can affect the punctuality of the service and there may be last minute alterations with the use of coach serices for parts of the journey.

Also bear in mind that the timetable does change at least once every year and there can be other intervening factors which may mean the times are different to those shown below.

There are two rail operating companies running train services along the North Wales coast, namely Arriva Wales and Virgin Trains.

Chester to Holyhead train:

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