Llandudno Junction

Llandudno Junction station
Conwy Road
Llandudno Junction
LL31 9NB

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Llandudno Junction Station

Llandudno Junction railway station serves the village of Llandudno Junction and surrounding towns and villages in the county of Conwy in north Wales. It’s the busiest station in the north of the country, with over a quarter of a million passengers travelling through the station every year.

It’s located on the West Coast Main Line between Crewe and Holyhead, and the original station was built in 1858, followed by the present station in 1897. There are frequent trains on a daily basis, including services to Holyhead (less than an hour’s journey time), Crewe (roughly 1 hour 15 minute journey time) and Birmingham International (around 3 hours 20 minutes).

There is step-free access to the station as well as mobility support and accessible ticket machines. Llandudno Junction is staffed, with a ticket office on both platform 1 and platform 3, although there are also self-service ticket machines available for purchasing and collecting tickets. There is a covered waiting room, cafe, toilets and a public phone.

It’s easy to get to and from the station, with local bus services running from outside the front of the station as well as a taxi rank located in the same place. There is also cycle storage if you want to travel on two wheels, and the station car park has 73 spaces.

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