Mid Wales

Replacing Bow Street railway station could cost £5m

Artist's impression of the new railway station Image copyright Ceredigion Council

Reinstating a Ceredigion village railway station which closed in 1965 could cost £5m, the Welsh Government has said.

Bow Street station closed as a result of the Beeching cuts and since then a number of people have campaigned for the stop to be reinstated.

Proposals for a new station have been shown to residents and stakeholders at a public event.

Councillor Paul Hinge said if all went well, it could open within three years.

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