Baglan railway station

Baglan railway station is a minor railway station in the village of Baglan, Neath Port Talbot County Borough, Wales. It is a stop on the South Wales Main Line, served by Arriva Trains Wales Swanline regional trains between Swansea and Cardiff.

It is a relatively new station, opened on 2 June 1996. The station is located at street level but passenger access is from the Seaway Parade flyover. It is close to Neath Port Talbot general hospital.

Facilities

The station has 2 platforms:

  • Platform 1, for westbound trains towards Swansea
  • Platform 2, for eastbound trains towards Cardiff Central

The station is unmanned - there is no ticket office nor are there any platform entry barriers. Passengers must purchase tickets on board trains.

Services

The typical service pattern is one train approximately every hour in each direction. Some westbound trains continue on to Carmarthen & Milford Haven. The current Sunday service is very limited, with just two trains each way calling. A normal weekday service operates on most Bank Holidays.

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