Hawarden train station serves the village of Hawarden with regular Arriva Trains Wales services on the Borderlands Line. Trains from Hawarden operate on a basic hourly schedule between Wrexham Central and Bidston, with service frequency dropping to become two-hourly in the evenings and on Bank Holidays. On Sundays, trains depart six times in each direction. Passengers wishing to connect for Liverpool should change at Bidston, for Chester and Manchester Piccadilly at Shotton, and for Shrewsbury, Birmingham New Street, Hereford and South Wales at Wrexham General.
Hawarden train station is unmanned and there are no ticketing provisions on site. Passengers wishing to travel from the station should plan to purchase their tickets in advance or from a conductor on the train at no extra cost. The former station building is now in private use, and passengers can use the waiting shelters and seating on both platforms in place of a waiting room. Train-running information is supplied on timetable poster boards on the platforms as well as on digital display screens. Step-free access is available to the southbound platform only.
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