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Rob Ware saves Clarbeston connection

Fishguard’s winter 2015 rail timetable does more than fine-tune the times of our seven trains a day. It has nearly lost one of our seven precious eastbound services. The 19:11 from Fishguard and Goodwick is the only train after lunchtime … Continue reading

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Seven Up! Your good train guide from Fishguard

Every weekday seven trains leave Fishguard and Goodwick eastbound to Clarbeston Road and the rest of the world. Here’s a quick guide to what each train is good for.   * THESE ARE THE NEW TIMES FROM DECEMBER 14 2014 … Continue reading

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Teaching Grandmother to Suck Eggs

Despite our best efforts (Irishman, Blocking Back, Spad et al) Arriva is still failing to inform passengers how to reach Fishguard via Clarbeston Road. Here’s the dismal evidence: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6 2014, CLARBESTON ROAD The 20:30 will shortly leave platform … Continue reading

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20:05 to Fishguard? What 20:05?

20:03 at Clarbeston Road. The train pulls in to the platform, ready for the 20:05 departure to Fishguard – our last train of the day. And as ever, the platform indicator ignores this train, displaying instead the following 22:10 to … Continue reading

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And another thing …

Can we have a larger car park please?  

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December Diary

Fishguard and Goodwick is no longer Wales’ newest station. Welcome, Energlyn and Churchill Park! Opened this week, the new station fits between Aber and Llanbradach on the Cardiff-Rhymney line. So now, while tiny Fishguard has two stations, Caerphilly has leapt … Continue reading

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Picture this …

Fishguard and Goodwick Station at 18:46 on Friday October 11th 2013. The new station has been open for under a year and a half.     One of our two evening trains arrives from the east, and many people, young … Continue reading

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Both ends of the line

Trains without tracks would be as useful as a chocolate teapot. So why do we talk so little about the tracks they run on? Here’s a story about tracks for a change – the track from Fishguard to Cardiff in … Continue reading

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Dublin decides

Where are the people who make the decisions affecting public transport in Fishguard? Obviously not in Fishguard. But where are they? If you follow Fishguard Trains, you’ll know they can be found in … CARDIFF – Welsh Government has more … Continue reading

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What’s that train?

Can’t tell your Sprinters from your Pacers? Struggling to separate a 153 from a 158? Don’t know if it’s better to be on a 125 or a 175? Fishguard Trains help is at hand. Why would you want to know? … Continue reading

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