Cardiff Queen Street / Caerdydd Heol y Frenhines (CDQ)

Information
Type: National Rail (Valley Lines)
Station code: CDQ
Opened: 1840
Platforms: 5
Cardiff Queen Street (Caerdydd Heol y Frenhines) is the second busiest station in Wales. The station was opened in 1840 as Crockherbtown by the Taff Vale Railway.

It gained its current name in 1887 following a rebuild. The station was much changed in 1973 following another rebuild where the overall roof and Taff Vale Railway frontage was removed. Further rebuilding work took place in 2014 where the 2 platforms were reinstated bringing the total to 5.

Cardiff Queen Street is a major transport hub in Cardiff being the centre of the Valley Lines network. The station is also the terminus of a branch line to Cardiff Bay.
ATW 142 075 stands at Cardiff Queen Street

Two varieties of Pacer

Platform signs 
Cardiff Bay shuttle