Llandanwg railway station

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National Rail
Llandanwg railway station, Gwynedd (geograph 4666123).jpg
Llandanwg Halt from the overbridge
LocationLlandanwg, Gwynedd
Coordinates52°50′10″N 4°07′25″W / 52.836224°N 4.123671°W / 52.836224; -4.123671Coordinates: 52°50′10″N 4°07′25″W / 52.836224°N 4.123671°W / 52.836224; -4.123671
Grid referenceSH570286
Managed byTransport for Wales
Other information
Station codeLDN
ClassificationDfT category F2
Opened8 November 1929
Original companyGreat Western Railway
Post-groupingGreat Western Railway
2015/16Increase 4,894
2016/17Decrease 4,272
2017/18Increase 4,312
2018/19Increase 4,682
2019/20Decrease 3,884
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road

Llandanwg railway station is in the village of Llandanwg in Gwynedd, Wales. It is an unstaffed halt on the Cambrian Coast Railway with direct passenger services to Harlech, Porthmadog and Pwllheli to the north and west, and Barmouth, Machynlleth, Shrewsbury and Birmingham to the south and east.

The railway line was opened by the Cambrian Railways in 1867, but the station did not open until 1929, after the Cambrian Railways had been incorporated into the Great Western Railway.[1]

Since 22nd June 2020, trains have not called at the station due to the short platform and the inability to maintain social distancing between passengers and the guard when opening the train door.[2]


Trains run approximately every two hours in both directions, but with significantly fewer trains on Sundays. All trains run as far as Pwllheli and Machynlleth, with some running beyond Machynlleth to Shrewsbury and Birmingham, whilst others provide onward connections there. Most trains call at Llandanwg only on request.[3]

Preceding station   National Rail National Rail   Following station
Transport for Wales
Cambrian Coast Line
  Historical railways  
Llanbedr and Pensarn
Line and station open
  Aberystwith and Welsh Coast Railway
Cambrian Railways
Line and station open



  1. ^ "The Cambrian Railways" - Oakwood Press (1954)
  2. ^ https://tfwrail.wales/covid-19/changes-train-times
  3. ^ "UK Journey Planner". National Rail Enquiries. Retrieved 23 August 2017.

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