Almost half a century after it closed, a revamped Fishguard and Goodwick railway station will reopen to train passengers.
The £450,000-project comes after more than a decade of campaigning by local people.
The station was a victim of the Beeching cuts in the 1960s, when a review of the national rail network by Dr Richard Beeching led to widespread closures of lines and stations.
The last passengers used Fishguard and Goodwick in 1964. Since then train travellers had to use Fishguard Harbour station.
It's hoped the reopened station will encourage more people in Goodwick to use trains, as well as giving a boost to local businesses by attracting visitors.
Seven trains a day will stop at Fishguard and Goodwick.
A plaque commemorating the station's opening will be unveiled by County Council Chairman, Cllr David Pugh, at a ceremony later today.