Llangennech railway station is a request stop on the Heart of Wales Line linking Shrewsbury to Swansea in Mid-Wales. Built in 1841, the station connects the village of Llangennech with Shrewsbury and Swansea, where there are onward connections to Cardiff, Manchester and Birmingham New Street. Around five trains run to Swansea each day, with the fastest taking 35 minutes. Ten trains run to Shrewsbury each day taking around three hours and 28 minutes. Trains also run to Llandovery, taking around 51 minutes.
Llangennech station serves the old coal mining village of the same name, where there is a farm campsite and several old pubs. There are plenty of walking opportunities in the area, and fishing on the nearby River Loughor is also possible. Nearby is the Loughor Estuary, an important conservation area for water birds and a popular sea fishing spot.
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|Telephone types||Coins and cards|
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Help provided by on train staff.
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|Cycle storage spaces||4|
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|Cycle storage notes||<p>2 hoops</p>|
|Step-free access||Part of station|
|Step-free access notes|
Platform is too low for use with ramp for train access.
Swansea bound platform accessed via uneven track crossing and short ramp steeper than 1:12. Shrewsbury bound platform accessed via 4 steps or narrow gate and short ramp steeper than 1:12
Nearest fully accessible station - Pantyffynnon
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