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Station facilities

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  • Step-free access
  • Ticket machine
  • Ticket office
  • Toilets
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  • General service information
    • Staffing Level
    • Closed Circuit Television
    • Information Available From Staff
    • CIS
    • Customer Help Points
  • Ticket buying and collection
    • Ticket Office
    • Prepurchase Collection
    • Ticket Machine
    • Oystercard Issued
    • Use Oystercard
    • Always Show Oyster Card Fields
    • Smartcard Issued
    • Smartcard Topup
    • Smartcard Validator
    • Smartcard Comments
    • Penalty Fares
  • All station facilities
    • Seated Area
    • Station Buffet
    • Toilets
    • Baby Change
    • Telephones
    • Wi Fi
    • Post Box
  • Accessibility and mobility access
    • Helpline
    • Staff Help Available
    • Induction Loop
    • Accessible Ticket Machines
    • Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter
    • Ramp For Train Access
    • Accessible Taxis
    • National Key Toilets
    • Step Free Access
    • Ticket Gates
    • Impaired Mobility Set Down
    • Assisted Travel
  • Parking information
    • Cycle Storage
    • CarPark
    • Rail Replacement Services
    • Taxi Rank
    • Onward Travel
  • Passenger services
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The area of Llandudno has a long and impressive history, with relics being found from the Stone Age. The region's industry, too, has been established here for many centuries.

The station, built in 1858, served the copper mines that Llandudno is famous for. Responsible for keeping both the farming and fishing industries going, too, the station brought wealth and workers into the area. Gradually, though, tourism took over, and Llandudno became the glorious highly popular seaside attraction, with an expanded station to cope with the extra footfall.

Nowadays, the demand for trains has lessened slightly, and the platforms have decreased from 5 down to 3, but the gorgeously well preserved red brick station buildings remain. However, if you're looking for more than just observing red bricks for your next holiday in Llandudno, make sure to take a look at our guide on exciting things to do in Llandudno.


  • How long does it take to walk from Llandudno Station to Llandudno town centre?

    • Walking via Trinity Square, it takes around five minutes to reach the centre of Llandudno from the station.
  • What car parking facilities are available at Llandudno Station?

    • Llandudno Station has no car parking facilities.
  • What facilities are there for bike storage at Llandudno Station?

    • There are 12 bike parking spaces at Llandudno Station.
  • What other facilities are available at Llandudno Station?

    • Toilets
    • Coin and cards telephones
    • Disabled access - step-free throughout, ramps are available, as are wheelchairs and induction loops.
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