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Station facilities

Toilets
No
Parking
Yes
ATM
No
Ticket office
No
Wifi
No
Ticket machine
No
Step-free access
Yes
Shops
No

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  • General service information
    • Staffing Level
    • Closed Circuit Television
    • CIS
    • Customer Help Points
  • Ticket buying and collection
    • Ticket Office
    • Ticket Machine
    • Oystercard Issued
    • Use Oystercard
    • Always Show Oyster Card Fields
    • Smartcard Issued
    • Smartcard Validator
  • All station facilities
    • First Class Lounge
    • Seated Area
    • Waiting Room
    • Trolleys
    • Station Buffet
    • Toilets
    • Baby Change
    • Showers
    • Telephones
    • Wi Fi
    • Web Kiosk
    • Post Box
    • Tourist Information
    • Atm Machine
    • Bureau De Change
    • Shops
  • Accessibility and mobility access
    • Helpline
    • Staff Help Available
    • Induction Loop
    • Accessible Ticket Machines
    • Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter
    • Ramp For Train Access
    • Accessible Public Telephones
    • Nearest Stations With More Facilities
    • National Key Toilets
    • Step Free Access
    • Impaired Mobility Set Down
    • Wheelchairs Available
    • Assisted Travel
  • Parking information
    • Cycle Storage
    • CarPark
    • Rail Replacement Services
  • Passenger services
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Overview 

On the West Wales line, Whitland station serves the Carmarthenshire town of Whitland. Forming part of the route from Cardiff in the southeast to Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire, the station was opened in 1854, and has undergone several rebuilds since. 

Lying between the rivers Tâf and Afon Gronw, Whitland is a charming rural town with a rich history. Site of the first Welsh parliament tasked with codifying the country’s laws and called by Hywel Dda in 930, Whitland has an important place in the history books. Hywel Dda was a highly accomplished ruler, minting his own coins, making a pilgrimage to Rome, and using diplomacy to gain an advantage for Wales over England. 

How long does it take to walk from Whitland station to Whitland town centre?

By following St John Street, the walk from the station to Whitland town centre takes under five minutes. 

What car parking facilities are available at Whitland station?

Whitland station has spaces to park 5 cars. 

What facilities are there for bike storage at Whitland station?

There are facilities to store 20 bikes with CCTV at Whitland station.

What other facilities are available at Whitland station?

Disabled access - step-free access throughout the whole station, with ramps and induction loops available.

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