Llwynypia railway station is a small single-platform station in the town of Llwynypia in South Wales. The station is a stop on the Rhondda Line, which was originally built to connect Welsh coal mines to Cardiff and the sea. Trains run up the Rhondda Fawr Valley to Treherbert, and in the other direction to Cardiff Central. The journey to Treherbert takes around 20 minutes, and the trip to Cardiff takes 51 minutes.
Llwynypia station is in the centre of the village, where you will find examples of Scotch terraces, a type of house built for coal miners during the Victorian era. A short distance away is the Rhondda Heritage Park, a heritage centre and disused colliery telling the story of Welsh coal mining and offering underground tours of the mine.
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