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Unlike other local bus services, they are for the use of rail passengers only and the vehicles are usually fitted with National Rail ticket machines.
In a number of cases, the services were set up sometime after rail services to the villages were axed as part of Dr Beeching's rationalisation of the British Rail network; however some services provide a link to villages that never had a railway station.
Current[when?] rail linc services are:
- 901: Blackwood - Pontllanfraith - Maesycwmmer - Ystrad Mynach railway station (provided by New Adventure Travel)
- 902: Maerdy - Ferndale - Tylorstown - Penrhys - Ystrad Rhondda railway station (provided by Thomas of Rhondda)
- 904: Caerau Park - Blaencaerau - Nantyfyllon - Maesteg railway station (provided by Llynfi Coaches)
- 905: Cardiff Airport - Rhoose Cardiff International Airport railway station (provided by New Adventure Travel)
Former rail linc service:
- 903: Cefn Rhigos - Rhigos - Hirwaun - Penywaun - Aberdare railway station (provided by Clarkes Coaches)
- 906: Rassau - Ebbw Vale - Ebbw Vale Parkway railway station (provided by Clarkes Coaches)
- 907: Newport railway station - Tredegar Park - Celtic Springs - Rogerstone railway station (provided by Newport Bus)
- 908 Abertillery - Six Bells - Llanhilleth railway station (provided by Henleys Buses)