Llandudno Junction, as soon as known as Tremarl, is a huge town in the region borough of Conwy, Wales. It becomes part of the old parish of Llangystennin, and also it is located southern of Llandudno. It joins Deganwy as well as is to the eastern of the walled community of Conwy, which is on the opposite side of the River Conwy. The population is 6,722 (2011) and also belongs to the neighborhood of Conwy, as well as makes up the wards of Marl as well as Pensarn (Llandudno Junction). The town matured around Llandudno Junction train station, which is a junction in between the Crewe-Holyhead line and also the Llandudno-Blaenau Ffestiniog line. There are through trains from Manchester to Llandudno, but travelers travelling from London, Cardiff, or Holyhead to Llandudno usually have to alter trains at Llandudno Junction. Llandudno Junction, in addition to its passenger interchange, had a major steam locomotive maintenance depot as well as substantial items centers. This train depot was called 6G, as well as a new section of the A546 (carrying the name "Ffordd 6G Road") currently goes across the site. The site of the depot and items lawn has been redeveloped, currently suiting an organisation park, junk food outlets, a leisure centre, a Cineworld complex cinema, and a Tesco grocery store. Local employment opportunities transformed substantially in the last quarter of the 20th century owing to the loss not just of the railway depots but additionally of a major electric production facility (Hotpoint), of which part of the old factory site is under preparing application for three more Vehicle Dealerships. One more part of the factory website was acquired by the Welsh Government as well as building and construction began in 2007 on a new office complex that houss around 525 staff members, including about 100 tourism, transportation and venture work which were transferred from Cardiff. The secrets to the structure were officially handed over from the programmers in May 2010.