Pembroke train station is in Pembroke in Wales. It serves the town with trains running every two hours in each direction on the West Wales Line to Swansea and Pembroke Dock. The fastest journey time to Swansea is 1 hour and 56 minutes. Pembroke Dock is a 10 minute journey.
Pembroke itself is a historic town; sections of the medieval town walls and bastions are still visible around the town and the impressive Pembroke Castle is open to visitors. Henry Tudor, who went on to defeat King Richard III and become Henry VII of England, was born in the castle in 1457.
Pembroke train station originally opened in 1863 and acted as a terminus station until the extension of the line in 1864. Early buildings at the station have been demolished; today the single platform holds only a simple shelter and seats. Access from the nearby Station Road is step free.
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