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Llwyfan Cerrig railway station

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A trip on The Gwili Steam Railway - Part 2

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DMU class 117 arrives at Llwyfan Cerrig. Gwili Railway "Diesel Gala"

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Llwyfan Cerrig Station - It Takes a Long Long Train with a Red Caboose

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GWILI RAILWAY triple headed diesel passenger train

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Goods train pulls in to llwyfan cerrig on the gwili steam railway

Llwyfan Cerrig is a heritage railway station on the preserved Gwili Railway. The station previously did not exist before the closure of the Carmarthen to Aberystwyth Line in 1965 and was constructed and later opened in 1988 by the Gwili Railway. The name translates to English as "platform [of] stone".
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