Dovey Junction railway station (Welsh: Cyffordd Dyfi) is a railway station on the Cambrian Line in Wales. It is the junction where the line splits into the line to Aberystwyth and the Cambrian Coast Line to Pwllheli. Passenger services are provided by Arriva Trains Wales. There is a single island platform.
The station is in Powys, about 440 yards (400 m) NE of the junction of three counties: the current "principal areas" of Ceredigion, Powys and Gwynedd, corresponding to the traditional counties of Cardiganshire, Montgomeryshire and Merionethshire. (Ceredigion is part of the preserved county of Dyfed.)
The station is in the midst of the large Dyfi National Nature Reserve, near the Cardigan Bay coast. There is no settlement here but, contrary to common belief, it is not completely isolated: a 0.62 miles (1 km) long path provides passenger access to and from the hamlet of Glandyfi in Ceredigion and a main road (the A487).
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