Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

Barry Island Railway Station

GPS Coordinates

51°23'32"-03°16'21" show decimal

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Barry Island Railway Station
Plymouth Road, Barry Island, Wales

How to get here:

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Road: A48 - Take the A48 to the junction with the A4226, near Bonviston. This then becomes the B4266 heading into Barry. When you reach the roundabout, follow the A4050 and then at the next roundabout take the exit onto Harbour Road. At the end turn left and continue along Harbour Road into Barry Island. (~6 miles, ~15m) +

Parking Details

Street outside station (2 hours parking)

Where to walk

The station is to the north of the Pleasure Park.

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableOutside

Photo

Photograph taken: 29th October 2009 by Hilary Weston

The Mad Woman in the Attic
Screen Shot
Filmed: 2009
Adam waits for Rani at the station.

 

Where to walk to next?

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Barry Island Heritage Railway (The Doctor Dances, The Empty Child, Doctor Who Series 8 Filming). No route recorded to this location.

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Fortes (Greeks Bearing Gifts, The Sound of Drums, Adrift, The Nightmare Man). Turn right from the bridge and walk past the station and Pleasure Park to the roundabout. Turn left and Fortes is across the road in the parade of shops.

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Nells Point (Delta and the Bannermen). Head south on the Station Approach Road, then bear left along the path past the old holiday camp and around to the point.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Barry Island Pleasure Park (The Mad Woman in the Attic): 0.06 miles.

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Friars Road (The Mad Woman in the Attic): 0.09 miles.

Further links about the location:

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GWR - Barry Island Railway

Related Stories

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The Mad Woman in the Attic [2009]: Danemouth Station

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