Cardiff Central Railway Station (Caerdydd Canolog in Welsh) is a significant station situated in the capital of Wales, Cardiff, on the South Wales Main Line. It serves as one of the city’s two primary urban rail network hubs, along with Cardiff Queen Street. The station was established in 1850 as Cardiff Station, later renamed to Cardiff General in 1924, and finally to Cardiff Central in 1973. Wales’s largest and busiest station is one of twenty railway stations in the city and one of two in the city center. Transport for Wales Rail manages the Grade II listed building.
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