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The North Wales Coast Line (Welsh: Llinell Arfordir Gogledd Cymru), also known as the North Wales Main Line (Welsh: Prif Linell Gogledd Cymru or Prif Linell y Gogledd), is a major railway line in the north of Wales and Cheshire, England, running from Crewe on the West Coast Main Line to Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey. The line has 19 stations, with all except two, Chester and Crewe, being in Wales.
|North Wales Coast Line|
|Other name(s)||North Wales Main Line|
|Native name||Llinell Arfordir Gogledd Cymru|
Rheilffordd Arfordir Gogledd Cymru
Prif Linell Gogledd Cymru
Prif Linell y Gogledd
Rheilffordd Cryw a Chaergybi
|Locale||Isle of Anglesey|
Conwy County Borough
|Operator(s)||Avanti West Coast|
Transport for Wales Rail
|Rolling stock||Class 67|
Class 150 "Sprinter"
Class 153 "Super Sprinter"
Class 158 "Express Sprinter"
Class 175 "Coradia"
Class 197 "Civity"
Class 221 "SuperVoyagers"
|Line length||105.5 miles (169.8 km)|
|Number of tracks||Double track mostly (except on the Britannia Bridge where there is single track)|
|Track gauge||4 ft 8+1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge|
|Operating speed||90 mph (140 km/h) maximum|
North Wales Coast Line
The line is not currently electrified, so Avanti West Coast, the current operator of the West Coast Partnership franchise, currently uses Class 221 Super Voyagers, which they have done since December 2007, on routes to Holyhead.