Penally railway station

Penally railway station

Infobox UK station
name=Penally
other_name=Penalun
code=PNA


manager=Arriva Trains Wales
locale=Penally
borough=Pembrokeshire
platforms=1
start=
lowusage0405=4,339
lowusage0506=5,289
lowusage0607=5,031

Penally railway station serves the village of Penally in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is on the line from Whitland to Pembroke Dock. It has one platform.

Penally station had been closed, but was reopened on 28 February 1972.

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