Or West, past Shotton, and out to the "North Wales Coast".
I started thinking: if I was going to complete the Merseyrail map, maybe I should be including everywhere on it. Every place mentioned.
Which is why I found myself at Chester station, with a backpack of clothes, a couple of Ordnance Survey maps, and a North & Mid Wales Explorer ticket. I was going to follow the line, visiting every station en route, and tracking its progress from Holyhead into England.
It's a long trip, I'll warn you now. Four days of train travel, 85 miles, five blisters, three hotels, and sixteen stations. I'll split it into a number of posts, over the next few days. I hope you enjoy it...