Aber railway station

Aber Railway Station

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Aber railway station is a railway station serving the town of Caerphilly, south Wales. It is a stop on the Rhymney Line 13 km (8ΒΌ miles) north of Cardiff Central on the Valley Lines network.

The station is located in the Bondfield Park and Trecenydd areas of Caerphilly.


Opened in April 1908 by the Rhymney Railway as Beddau Halt, it became part of the Great Western Railway during the Grouping of 1923, and renamed Aber Junction Halt on 17 September 1926. The line then passed on to the Western Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948. It was renamed Aber Halt on 6 May 1968, then Aber on 5 May 1969.

When Sectorisation was introduced, the station was served by Regional Railways until the Privatisation of British Railways.

Another station also called Beddau Halt existed on the Llantrisant and Taff Vale Junction Railway and should not be confused with this station.


Autumn 2007

During Autumn 2007 Aber railway station is served by 4 trains per hour each way, off peak, Monday to Friday.These services include:

  • 3 per hour from Bargoed to Penarth
  • 1 per hour from Rhymney to Penarth
  • 3 per hour from Penarth to Bargoed
  • 1 per hour from Penarth to Rhymney

Apart from Gilfach Fargoed, the station before Bargoed, which is served just once an hour, there is a train every 15 minutes calling at all stations between Bargoed and Penarth.

Travel times to...

Cardiff Central : 22 minutes

Penarth : 39 minutes

Bargoed : 20 minutes

Rhymney : 38...
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