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Glanyrafon railway station (formerly Glanrafon) is a railway station serving Glanyrafon in Ceredigion in Mid-Wales. It is a request stop on the preserved Vale of Rheidol Railway. It is 2 miles 26 chains (3.74 km) from Aberystwyth and has no surviving station buildings or platforms, passengers are required to step down from the train to the grass below.
|Station on heritage railway|
|Operated by||Vale of Rheidol Railway|
|Original company||Vale of Rheidol Railway|
|Post-grouping||Great Western Railway|
|7 May 1904||Opened|
|31 August 1939||Temporarily closed|
|23 July 1945||Reopened|
In 2012, an RETB signalling mast, which was part of the Cambrian Line infrastructure, was removed from the station by contractors working for Network Rail, having been in place since the 1980s.
|Preceding station||Heritage railways||Following station|
|Llanbadarn||Vale of Rheidol Railway||Capel Bangor|