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Carrog is located in Denbighshire
Carrog shown within Denbighshire
OS grid reference SJ104437
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Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town CORWEN
Postcode district LL21
Dialling code 01490
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52°58′59″N 3°20′06″W / 52.983°N 3.335°W / 52.983; -3.335Coordinates: 52°58′59″N 3°20′06″W / 52.983°N 3.335°W / 52.983; -3.335

Carrog is a village in Denbighshire, Wales. Formerly referred to as Llansanffraid-Glyn Dyfrdwy, as it lies within the parish of Llansanffraid Glyndyfrdwy,[1] it takes its modern name from the Great Western Railway station on the opposite bank of the River Dee, which in turn took its name (possibly to avoid confusion with the adjacent Glyn Dyfrdwy station and that in Llansanffraid Glan Conwy) from the Carrog estate on that bank.

Carrog railway station is part of the Llangollen Railway and is a passing place on the line, now the extension to Corwen past the site of Bonwm has been opened. One notable resident of Carrog is Peredur Lynch who graduated from Bangor University to become a literary historian. Carrog has one primary school, Ysgol Carrog which is over 100 years old.


  1. ^ "Take the Carrog Village Trail". Carrog Station. Retrieved 2011-08-04.