Connecting the fishing village of Ferryside with trains to Swansea, Carmarthen and Fishguard, Ferryside railway station is a small station that lies about halfway along the West Wales Lines.
The station handles around 20,000 visitors every year. As it is only small in terms of the number of passengers it sees, it is an unmanned request stop. This means if you do want to board or alight there, you’ll need to let the train manager know before you get off or signal to the driver as the train approaches so you can get on.
Situated in the very quiet region of Carmarthenshire coast, Ferryside was once famed for its contribution to the local cockling industry. These days, it’s still a great spot for fishing and is also home to the River Towy Yacht Club.
Carmarthen bound platform accessed via level crossing and a ramp steeper than 1:12 and non-compliant gate; entrances from car park to Swansea bound platform, footbridge slopes upwards and car park is rough ground.
Nearest fully accessible station - Kidwelly or Carmarthen
This station does not offer
Accessible Booking Office Counter, Accessible Public Telephones, Accessible Taxis, Accessible Ticket Machines, Customer Help Points, Impaired Mobility Set Down, National Key Toilets, Staff Help Available, Wheelchairs Available
Average saving calculated by comparing Advance Single Standard Class ticket prices to the equivalent price of a Standard Class Super Off-Peak ticket bought on the day of travel. Advance fares are subject to availability. Selected GWR routes only. Advance fares available from up to 11 weeks prior to travel. Savings correct as of September 2018. Terms and conditions apply.