Penally railway station
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Penally railway station serves the village of Penally in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is on the Pembroke Dock branch of the West Wales line operated by Transport for Wales. Penally station was closed on 15 June 1964, then reopened temporarily during the summers of 1970 and 1971 before being permanently open from 28 February 1972.
Trains call here every two hours in each direction, westwards to Pembroke Dock and eastwards to Whitland, Carmarthen and Swansea (where connections can be made for stations to Cardiff and destinations in England). There are a pair of through trains to Cardiff each weekday, though late evening services terminate at Carmarthen. There are four trains each way on Sundays.. The Summer Saturday GWR service also calls here once a day in both directions.
References in popular culture
Penally station was featured in the Channel 4 series Paul Merton's Secret Stations Season 1 Episode 3 broadcast on 15 May 2016. This series features British comedian Paul Merton visiting various request stop railway stations around Britain.
- Table 128 National Rail timetable, December 2018
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West Wales line
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London - Pembroke
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