Rhymney railway station

Rhymney Railway Station

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Rhymney railway station serves the town of Rhymney in Wales. Situated on the Valley Lines network 37 km (23 miles) north of Cardiff Central, it is the terminus of the Rhymney Line.

The station has sidings to the west of its single platform which are used for the overnight stabling of the diesel multiple unit trains – from classes 142, 143, and 150 – which are used on the line.


On Mondays to Saturdays there is an hourly service from Rhymney to Penarth at xx29 every hour calling at Pontlottyn, Tir-Phil, Brithdir, Bargoed, Gilfach Fargoed (on request or at peak times), Pengam, Hengoed, Ystrad Mynach, Llanbradach, Aber, Caerphilly, Lisvane and Thornhill, Llanishen, Heath High Level, Cardiff Queen Street, Cardiff Central, Grangetown, Dingle Road and Penarth at one hour and fifteen minutes later. From 2010 - 2011 the train service will become every 30 minutes due to the construction of a loop at , this will be a continuation of one of the 3 trains per hour to Bargoed.

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