Barmouth Railway Station

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Barmouth/Abermaw railway station is on the Cambrian Coast line from Machynlleth to Pwllheli and is located by a level crossing just off the A496 which runs through the town. The postcode is LL42 1LS.

Ticket office open Monday & Tuesday closed, Wednesday - Saturday 09:15 - 16:15 

Gift shop.

Live Departure screens.

No station car park but large pay & display council car park very close by; 10 cycle lockers provided.

The station is close to the centre of the town and to the promenade.

Facilities

Parking

  • Parking with charge

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Barmouth is located on the A493 coast road 10 miles from Dolgellau (A470/A487/A494). The railway station is located in the town centre by a level crossing just off the A496 and is also close to connecting public transport services and taxis.

Car parking is located adjacent to the railway station.

Accessible by Public Transport.

Barmouth Railway Station

Type:Railway Station

Station Approach, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1LS

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Related

Cambrian Line and Cambrian Coast Trains, MachynllethThe Cambrian Line runs from Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth via Machynlleth and trains on the Cambrian Coast Line depart from Machynlleth and travel from Dyfi Junction up the coast north to Pwllheli.

BarmouthMid Wales Rail Trails | Barmouth to Porthmadog., BarmouthMid Wales Rail Trails | Points of interest travelling on the Cambrian Line from Barmouth to Porthmadog.

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