Arriva Trains Wales
BRIDGEND TO MAESTEG
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Please note. The period of validity of the National Network timetables has
Any times and travel details given apply only for the currency of the timetable valid from May 18 to December 13 2014.
Mondays to Fridays, trains leave Bridgend at
6.15am, 7.33am and 8.50am, then hourly at 46 minutes past the hour between 9.46am and
5.46pm (except at 2.49pm), then at 6.49pm, 7.45pm, 8.41pm, 9.41pm and 10.59pm.
On Saturdays, trains leave Bridgend at 6.20am, 7.32am and 8.51am, 9.46am, 10.46am,11.49am, 12.46pm, 1.46pm, 2.49pm, 3.46pm, 4.46pm, 5.46pm, 6.46pm, 7.45pm, 8.41pm and 9.41pm.
Mondays to Fridays, trains leave Maesteg at 6.44am
and 7.59am, 9.16am, 10.16am, 11.15am, 12.17pm, 1.15pm, 2.15pm, 3.17pm, 4.15pm,
5.15pm, 6.20pm, 7.20pm, 8.15pm, 9.15pm and 10.15pm.
On Saturdays, trains leave Maesteg at 6.46am, 8.00am and 9.17am, then hourly at 15 minutes past the hour between 10.15am and 10.15pm (except at 12.18pm, 3.17pm and 6.20pm).
There are no trains on Sundays.
Figures after station names show the approximate journey times from Bridgend with the approximate journey times from Maesteg in brackets.
Bridgend (22 mins)
A market town, Bridgend gives access to the Vale of Glamorgan, and has a number of medieval castle ruins in the area. Among these are Coity and Ogmore, the latter close to stepping stones across the River Ogmore which also gives access to the Glamorgan Coastal Path. Two miles from Bridgend is the village of Ewenny, with its pottery and Norman Priory. North of the town are the formerly industrialised valleys of Llynfi, Garw and Ogmore, while to the west is the traditional seaside resort of Porthcawl. Arriva Trains Wales run services into the Llynfi Valley serving stations to Maesteg
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