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Trains to Milford Haven

They might not be able to see it, but passengers alighting at Milford Haven are just a short walk away from the natural harbour that gives this Pembrokeshire town its name. Right on the shore of the Irish Sea, Milford Haven is the westernmost railway station in Wales, and the terminus of the West Wales Line. Trains leave here every two hours for Manchester Piccadilly, via Swansea, Cardiff Central, Shrewsbury, Crewe and Stockport. Milford Haven's town centre is to the east of the station and north of Milford Marina, and the main collection of shops, restaurants and bars can be found along Charles Street. The town is also a gateway to the central section of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which you can reach on regular local bus services. Or if you're a keen walker, pick up the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail, a long-distance walking route whose Dale to Neyland stage passes right through Milford Haven.

Station details & facilities

Milford Haven's sole platform is accessed via the entrance on Victoria Road. On the platform there is a ticket office and a shelter, with step-free access throughout. The station car park is free of charge, but spaces are very limited. To reach the town centre on foot, head straight down the station approach road, cross over the roundabout and follow Victoria Road past the marina. The closest bus stop is by supermarket opposite the station.

Useful links when visiting Milford Haven by train