Tenby railway station is an unstaffed station which sits on the Pembroke Dock branch in west Wales and serves the breathtaking seaside resort, with its the beach only a short walk away from the track. Built in 1866, much of the station's original Victorian charm remains, with its walls built of prized Bath stone dating back to 1871 and cast iron canopies intact. Inside the station, you'll also find an original Victorian post box.
Away from the trains and into the town, Tenby's history dates back to the Norman Conquest and some of the medieval castle walls, built in 1264, survive today. The weaving, labyrinthine streets of Tenby with their eclectic mix of shops, cafes and restaurants render the delightful seaside town a popular tourist destination, as it has always been since the arrival of rail. Art fans should make a beeline for Tenby Mural, a 32ft by 8ft painting inside the Market Hall, although the town itself is a feast for the eyes with vibrant, multicoloured houses dotting the harbourside.