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Trawsfynydd Lake Halt railway station

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Trawsfynydd Lake Halt railway station

Trawsfynydd Lake Halt railway station was a railway station on the Great Western Railway's Bala Ffestiniog Line in Wales. It closed to passenger services on 2 January 1960 and freight services on 27 January 1961.

The line as far as the former halt was however reopened in 1964 for freight traffic to the nearby Trawsfynydd nuclear power station. It remained in use until 1998; the line is still in situ but disused.

The halt's platform remains in situ although heavily overgrown.

Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Maentwrog Road  
Bala Ffestiniog Line
  Trawsfynydd


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