Line Closed between Barry and Bridgend via Llantwit Major until further notice

Due to a derailed freight train between Barry and Rhoose, the line is closed between Barry and Bridgend in both directions.  The line will remain closed until the start of service on Monday 06th October.

Replacement bus timetables for Thursday 02nd October and Friday 03rd October can be found here

The line between Cardiff Central - Barry Island / Penarth / Bridgend will be closed on Saturday 04th & Sunday 05th October for planned engineering works, Details of which can be found at www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused
 
 
  • Allowed Items

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    From surfboards to scooters and salamanders to rowing boats, our customers regularly ask us whether they can take a variety of items along for the ride.

    Here to help you is Arriva Trains Wales' short guide to some of the things that you can, and cannot, carry on our services:

    • wheelchairs up to a certain size can be carried; armchairs cannot
    • folded prams, carrycots and bicycles can be carried; tandem bicycles and motorbike-sidecars cannot
    • up to two small, domestic animals can be carried; livestock cannot

    As a guide, you will require special permission for anything over one metre in length, for which we may have to charge you extra, but the common sense rule is that anything that cannot be carried by one person, on their own, cannot be taken on the train. Finally, during periods of engineering work, you won't be able to take any large objects on replacement bus services.

    For further information, please visit the National Rail Enquires Advice and Regulations on what you can and cannot take on a train.

    If you are interested in taking your bike on the train with you, take a look at our information on bicycles .