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Llwyfan Cerrig railway station

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Area  Carmarthenshire
Owned by  Gwili Railway
Owner  Gwili Railway
Grid reference  SN406258
Key dates  Opened 1988
Platforms in use  1
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Similar  Gwili Railway, Bronwydd Arms railway st, Strata Florida railway st, Lampeter railway station, Derry Ormond railway st

Llwyfan Cerrig is a heritage railway station on the preserved Gwili Railway. The station (along with a nearby Danycoed halt) previously did not exist before the closure of the Carmarthen to Aberystwyth Line in 1965 and was constructed and later opened in 1988 by the Gwili Railway. The name translates to English as "platform [of] stone".

The station building has been relocated from Felinfach on the Aberaeron branch, while the signal box is a former crossing keeper's hut from Crundale, Pembrokeshire. The station is in close proximity to the River Gwili and is adjacent to the site of an old quarry.

A Travelling Post Office and Miniature Railway are two additional attractions located at the station for visitors.

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Llwyfan Cerrig railway station Wikipedia


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