Open for In House Dining from Wednesday 19th May

We are delighted to announce that we shall be able to welcome you all back for In House Dining from 19th May 2021.

We shall be open Wednesday-Sunday as normal for Lunch & Dinner.

We are now taking bookings for this date onwards. Please click the button below to reserve your table.

We can not wait to see you all again soon.

We are still open for Takeaway until we re open for for In House Dining as well.

Opening Times for Takeaways are:

Friday – Saturday: 5.00pm – 8.30pm
Sunday: 12-3.30pm

Afternoon Teas, Graze Boxes & Sweet Boxes are all available for Collection only Friday 3.00pm-8.30pm and Saturday 12.00-8.30pm. 24 Hours notice required.

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Junction 28 - restaurant newport
Junction 28 - restaurant newport

Open for Takeaways Friday – Sunday

We are currently open for Takeaway only.

Opening times are:

Friday & Saturday: 5.00pm-8.30pm

Sunday: 12.00pm-3.30pm

All our food is freshly prepared and cooked to order for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.

All customers must now wear a Face Mask when entering the restaurant to collect their takeaways.

Thank you for your continued support.

Best wishes

                                                          Junction 28 Team

Where it all began

Bassaleg junction signal box was famous for steam trains that went all over the UK, steam locos from Ebbw junction worked from Bassaleg from two marshall yards – up side empty coal wagons, and down side coal.

There were railway carriages at Newport and that is how Ebbw junction could work steam passenger trains to Brecon, 50 miles from Newport.

The station was opened by the Monmouthshire Railway and Canal Company on 21st / 23rd December 1850. It appeared in timetables as “Rhymney Junction” before changing to “Bassaleg Junction” in 1858. The line was worked by the Great Western Railway from 1st August 1875 and it later took over the Monmouthshire Railway with effect from 1st August 1880.The station closed to goods traffic on 1st September 1898.

The station closed as a wartime measure between 1st January 1917 and 1st March 1919. It closed on 30th April 1962, leaving the line to remain open for goods traffic.

If you are lucky enough you may still get the chance to see a cargo train pass by…