East of Machynlleth are stations at:
Caersws, Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury, Wellington, Telford Central, Wolverhampton, Smethwick Galton Bridge, Birmingham New Street and Birmingham International Airport.
Trains continue south of Borth to Aberystwyth.
To the north, beyond Tonfanau, trains continue to stations at:
Llwyngwril, Fairbourne, Morfa Mawddach, Abermaw (Barmouth), Llanaber, Talybont,
Dyffryn Ardudwy, Llanbedr, Pensarn, Llandanwg, Harlech, Tygwyn, Talsarnau,
Llandecwyn, Penrhyndeudraeth, Minfford (for Portmeirion), Porthmadog, Criccieth,
Penychain, Abererch and Pwllheli.
Some of these are request stops. Staff on the train will check tickets and advise the
driver if they have to stop at these stations. Otherwise, if nobody is waiting to board the train as it arrives, it will continue without stopping.
The 'Cambrian Coast Line' is probably the most scenic train route in the UK, taking in
breathtaking views of mountains one one side and the sea on the other All trains are
operated by TfW (Transport For Wales) and have a policy of carrying cycles. Owing to the popularity of this facility and limited storage capacity, you are advised to check that space is available before starting your journey.
For a spectacular day out, buy a Day Ranger ticket. This lets you travel all day between
any of the staions on the map and north to Pwllheli.