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Neyland Station, Pembrokeshire, c. 1930s

Neyland Station, Pembrokeshire, c. 1930s


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Date: 28th February 2008

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Neyland Station, Pembrokeshire, c. 1930s

A view of Neyland station in Pembrokeshire, Wales, c.1930s, showing a locomotive departing from the station. Goods facilities and signals can also be seen in this image.
The station opened in April 1856 under the name Milford Haven, then changed its name again twice in 1859! In 1906 it became known as Neyland station and ran until the last passenger service in June 1964

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1930s Dock Goods Station Wales Welsh Milford Haven Neyland


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Neyland Station, Pembrokeshire, Wales: A Blast from the Past (c.1930s) Step back in time with this photograph of Neyland Station in Pembrokeshire, Wales, circa 1930s. The image showcases a locomotive in full steam, ready to depart from the station, leaving behind a trail of smoke as it embarks on its journey. The station's nameboard proudly displays 'Neyland,' a name it had adopted since 1906. Neyland Station holds a rich history, having opened its doors in April 1856, initially under the name Milford Haven. However, it underwent two name changes in 1859, first to Hakin and then back to Milford Haven. It wasn't until 1906 that it finally settled on the name Neyland, which it retained until the last passenger service in June 1964. The photograph offers a glimpse into the bustling activity of the station during the 1930s. Goods facilities can be seen in the background, with signals and various railway paraphernalia adding to the scene's authenticity. The image transports us back to a time when steam trains ruled the rails and travel by train was an adventure in itself. This photograph is a testament to the rich railway heritage of Pembrokeshire and Wales. It invites us to imagine the sights, sounds, and sensations of a bygone era, making it an invaluable addition to any collection of railway memorabilia.

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