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Tir Phil Railway Station in the Rhymney Valley, Wales
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Tir-Phil is a village in the community of New Tredegar in the Caerphilly county borough of south Wales.

The village of Tir-Phil and New Tredegar itself are served by Tir-Phil railway station.

Tir-Phil was also an electoral ward to Rhymney Valley District Council between 1973 and the council's dissolution in 1996. [1]

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  1. "Rhymney Valley Welsh District Council Election Results 1973-1991" (PDF). The Elections Centre (Plymouth University). Retrieved 14 April 2019.