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About Bridgend Railway Station

Bridgend Railway Station is a major railway station serving the town of Bridgend, South Wales. It's situated at a halfway point between Swansea and Cardiff Central stations. It was first opened in 1850, and both the main building and pedestrian bridge are Grade II listed structures.

Seeing Swansea

For anyone visiting south Wales, Swansea is an absolute must. Visitors can take in the breath-taking waterfront of Swansea Bay, with its coast sweeping on towards the Gower Peninsula. Those in the city can explore the vibrant seaside village of Mumbles, the fascinating Dylan Thomas Centre, the tranquil Clyne Gardens, the exciting LC Waterpark and much more. With all sorts going on in the city and countless famous Welsh sights just outside it, you can't go wrong with a trip to Swansea!

Take your seat at Swansea Grand Theatre

Ever since the Victorian era, the Swansea Grand Theatre has been delighting the city's residents and visitors with its eclectic programmes of drama, dance and music. Over the years, the theatre's been refurbished and improved, but the stunning interior has always kept faithful to its opulent, 19th-century roots.

Planning a trip to Bridgend Railway Station? Travelodge Bridgend Pencoed Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge Caerphilly Hotel can be reached in 45.