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Flint Station

Flint station first opened on 1st May 1848. Awarded Grade ll listed status in 1990, its late classical symmetrical design was designed by architect  Francis Thompson and engineered by Robert Stephenson. It was the first of Thompson’s 1840s station buildings outside of Chester retaining most of its original character.

Located on the North Wales Coast Line, Flint station is managed by Transport for Wales and is additionally served by Avanti West Coast. Daily trains run to Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe, and Llandudno.

Flint train station has two platforms, with facilities including a ticket office and toilets. It has step-free access, an accessible booking office counter, and accessible ticket machines. The car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and there is bicycle storage for cycles. Buses stop outside the station.

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