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51.47561, -3.179598, Cardiff Central
To Newport: Ebbw Junction
To Swansea: Cardiff Canton
To Cardiff Bay: Cardiff Bay
7925 Westol Hall is surrounded by a group of schoolkids while a friendly driver looks on. The loco was built in 1950, withdrawn in December 1965 and scrapped at Cashmore's in Newport.
The main entrance to Cardiff Central proudly displays the name Great Western Railway.
Inside the concourse. Cafes, ticket windows, shops
Slightly less salubrious is the subway that leads to the lifts.
The pride of the Valleys, 37411 coasts past the same spot.
Looking west from the same spot and 143607 sets off with a service for Coryton.
Standing at the west end of the station looking along the line to Cardiff Canton. The line curving to the left in front of the depot is the line for Barry.
A little further to the south (ie. right) of the last photo 142006 occupies the site of Cardiff Riverside Station.
170101 stands at the west end of Cardiff Central on 13.6.05. © Andrew Ross