Cardiff Queen Street
Woodville Road Halt
Ely (Main Line)
| Cardiff Central
Queen Street South Junction
Penarth Curve East Junction
Penarth Curve South Junction
Cardiff Canton Depots
Tyndall Street Goods Junction
Penarth Curve North Junction
Allied Steel and Wire?
Long Dyke Junction
Cathays Wagon Works
East Moors Steelworks
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.
|Taff Bargoed Joint Line (Great Western Railway and Rhymney Railway)
Agreement to build line from Nelson to Dowlais for hauling iron ore from Cardiff to the Dowlais Iron Works.
|Rhymney and Nantybwch Joint Line (London and North Western Railway, South Wales and Rhymney Railway)
Joint line from Rhymney to Nantybwch opened to public traffic. The London and North Western Railway diverts all of its Cardiff bound traffic to the Rhymney Railway route.
|Taff Vale Railway
Cardiff station re-built as Cardiff Queen Street and connection opened to the South Wales Railway.
|South Wales Railway, Taff Vale Railway
Bute Street Junction between the lines closed on opening of new fly-over east of Cardiff General.
|Caerphilly Branch (Brecon and Merthyr Railway)
'Down' section closed, traffic diverted via Penrhos, Walnut Tree, Radyr and Cardiff.
|Levelling up: Projects across Wales share £208m in funding [BBC News]
|UK heatwave: Trains between Swansea, Cardiff and London disrupted [BBC News]
|Cardiff Central railway station to get £58m upgrade [BBC News]
|Metro Central transport hub plans for Cardiff unveiled [BBC News]
|Probe launch after train driver spotted Cardiff line fault [BBC News]
|New Cardiff Central railway station plans unveiled [BBC News]
|First train to arrive at new station in Ebbw Vale [BBC News]
|Rail power failure 'costs Welsh economy millions' [WalesOnline]
A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: South Wales v. 12 (Regional railway history series)