Cyfronydd railway station

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Cyfronydd
Cyfronydd Station - geograph.org.uk - 1334320.jpg
View of the single island platform in 2009.
Location
PlaceCyfronydd
AreaPowys
Coordinates52°39′37″N 3°16′31″W / 52.660283°N 3.275379°W / 52.660283; -3.275379Coordinates: 52°39′37″N 3°16′31″W / 52.660283°N 3.275379°W / 52.660283; -3.275379
Grid referenceSJ138077
Operations
Managed byWelshpool and Llanfair Light Railway
Owned byWelshpool and Llanfair Light Railway
Platforms2
History
Key datesOpened 6 April 1963
Stations on heritage railways in the United Kingdom
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Cyfronydd railway station is a railway halt on the narrow gauge Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway in Mid Wales. This is where trains pass each other when a two train service is operating. Passengers are able to alight and photograph the other locomotive.

Countess arrives with train at Cyfronydd
Trains hauled by Countess and The Earl passing at Cyfronydd

Cyfronydd Hall, where former Foreign Secretary William Hague lives, is nearby.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ward, Victoria (15 January 2015). "William Hague splashes out on £2.5million Welsh country estate". Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 9 October 2017.
Preceding station Heritage Railways  Heritage railways Following station
Castle Caereinion   Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway   Heniarth