Cardiff Central

Cardiff Central may refer to:

  • Cardiff Central railway station
  • Cardiff Central bus station
  • Cardiff City Centre
  • Cardiff Central Library

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Cathays (electoral Ward)
... The Cathays electoral ward of Cardiff consists of some or all of the following areas Blackweir, Cardiff city centre, Cathays, Cathays Park and Maindy in the parliamentary constituency of ... in Wales is here and is also part of the Cardiff's CBD ... The ward contains a large number of Cardiff's landmarks including Cardiff Cathedral Cathays Park with a number of civic buildings and public gardens Maindy Stadium Cathays Cemetery Cardiff YMCA City of Cardiff ...
Shrewsbury Railway Station - Services - Arriva Trains Wales
... service from Holyhead via Chester and Wrexham General to Birmingham International or Cardiff Central ... Hourly services from Manchester Piccadilly to Cardiff Central via the Welsh Marches Line ... Locomotive-hauled "Premier" service between Holyhead and Cardiff Central via Crewe ...
List Of Railway Stations In Cardiff
... This is a list of railway stations in Cardiff, the capital of Wales ... All 20 stations in Cardiff are owned by Network Rail and managed by Arriva Trains Wales which also operates all train services at these stations, with the exception of Cardiff Central which is also served by ... The stations form part of Cardiff's commuter rail network, colloquially known as Valley Lines, with Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Central being the main hubs of the city ...
Rail Transport In Bristol - Train Operators - Current Train Operators
... London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads London Paddington to Cardiff Central and Swansea via Bristol Parkway Cardiff Central to Taunton Cardiff Central to Portsmouth Harbour Bristol Parkway to Weston-super-Mare ...

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