Llandybie railway station
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Llandybie railway station serves the village of Llandybie near Ammanford, West Wales. The railway station is located below street level just off Kings Road. This is a convenient stop for Glynhir Estate and Glynhir Falls. Two miles from the station is the Llandybie 18-hole golf course.
All trains serving the station are operated by Arriva Trains Wales. For trains travelling south this is a request stop, but those travelling north have to make a mandatory call so that the train driver can press the plunger on the platform that activates the warning lights & barriers at the adjacent level crossing over the A483 prior to departure.
There are four trains a day to Shrewsbury northbound from Monday to Saturday (plus a fifth to Llandovery) and five southbound to Llanelli & Swansea (the first train in each direction doesn't run on Saturdays); two services each way call on Sundays.
- GB National Rail Timetable May 2016, Table 129 (Network Rail)
- Llandybie Railway Station - View towards Ffairfach from Llandybie Jaggery, Geograph.org; Retrieved 8 July 2016
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