By Hayley Pugh
Trainspotters who fancy watching the tracks from the comfort of their own home will have the chance to buy their very own working railway station when it goes under the hammer next month.
Penmaenmawr train station in Gwynedd, North Wales is set to go up for auction at a guide price of just £125,000 to £155,000 on May, 18.
The once in a lifetime buy includes a Grade II Listed station house built in 1848 and the winning bidder can expect to see 20 trains stopping right outside their door each day.
The recently refurbished station house, which was decommissioned by British Rail in 1986, features a former ticket office and waiting room on the ground floor and three-bedroom living accommodation upstairs, complete with living room, kitchen and bathroom.
Penmaenmawr Station is on the main Euston to Holyhead line with 20 trains stopping there each day.
The station is up for sale with Auction House North West.