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Local authorityConwy County Borough
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Station codeLLD
Managed byArriva Trains Wales
Platforms in use3
Live arrivals/departures and station information
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Opened October 1858 (October 1858)
National Rail - UK railway stations
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Llandudno railway station serves the town of Llandudno, Wales, and is the terminus of a Template:Convert/mi long branch line from Llandudno Junction on the Crewe to Holyhead North Wales Coast Line. The station is managed by Arriva Trains Wales, who operate all trains serving it.

Llandudno Victoria station, the lower terminus of the Great Orme Tramway, is a 15 minute walk from the main station.


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The first station and the branch line was constructed by the St. George's Harbour and Railway Company and opened on 1 October 1858.The trains at first ran to and from Conwy station until the completion of Llandudno Junction station. The line was soon absorbed by the London and North Western Railway, which in turn became part of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway in 1923. Vaughan Street in Llandudno was also laid out in 1858 as the station approach road.

As the first station had become inadequate to cope with increasing usage, the present Llandudno station buildings and frontage together with five platforms and an extensive glass roof were erected in 1892 and the station still has the Victorian carriage road between the two principal platforms. Platforms 4 & 5 have been disused since 1978 and the tracks have now officially been declared out of use. The southernmost half of the glass roof was removed some decades ago, and the remainder was substantially cut back again in 1990. Half of the station frontage (including the former waiting and refreshment rooms) that had been disused for years was demolished in May 2009. The station retains its semaphore signalling and manual signal box.



In recent years, plans were unveiled for the transformation of the station into a Transport Interchange, which would involve the demolition of the disused part of the frontage and the introduction of new passenger facilities. Following the provision of funding, reconstruction began in 2013 and the £5.2 million scheme was completed in the summer of 2014.[1] The work includes a 130 space car park, a glazed concourse, a bus interchange, new taxi rank, and a shop/cafe. There are also a new entrance and improvements to the platforms.

The ticket office is staffed part-time (08:30-15:00 weekdays, 09:15-15:45 Saturdays, 10:00-17:30 Sundays in July and August only). A self-service ticket machine is provided for use outside these times and for collecting advance purchase tickets. There are also toilets and a waiting room on the concourse. Train running information is provided by digital information screens, posters and automated announcements. Step-free access is available to all platforms.[2]


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Deganwy style="background:#Template:ATW colour;" |   Arriva Trains Wales
Conwy Valley Line
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style="background:#Template:ATW colour;" |   Arriva Trains Wales
North Wales Coast Line
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  1. "Llandudno's new £5.2m railway station"North Wales Daily Post article 23 July 2014; Retrieved 13 January 2017
  2. Llandudno station facilities National Rail Enquiries
  3. GB National Rail timetable December 2016 Edition, Table 81
  4. GB NRT December 2016 Edition, Table 102

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Coordinates: 53°19′16″N 3°49′37″W / 53.321°N 3.827°W / 53.321; -3.827

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