Ystrad Mynach railway station

Ystrad Mynach Railway Station

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Ystrad Mynach railway station

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Ystrad Mynach railway station is a railway station serving the town of Ystrad Mynach, south Wales. It is a stop on the Rhymney Line of the Valley Lines network.

There is a dedicated rail linc bus that links with the train. It is only available to rail passengers, and operates to Maesycwmmer, Pontllanfraith, and Blackwood.

History

Ystrad Mynach railway station was on the Rhymney Railway, enacted in 1855 and opened in 1858. It consisted of staggered platforms on the main line, as well as a separate platform on the Dowlais line. Nearby Penallta Junction gave access to the Great Western Railway and the Aberdare Valley, opened 1 April 1871 and the Cylla branch opened on 1 August 1906 to access the new Powell Duffryn owned Penallta Colliery.

Ystard Mynach railway station was used as a location for one of Ronnie Barker's Porridge episodes.

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