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Jan 17, 2015

Tram engines stopped 80 years ago

The unique box-shaped steam engines of the Glyn Valley Tramway stopped hauling passengers and stone in the Ceiriog Valley in 1935. The track ran so close to the road ...

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Posted by: RhodriC

that the engines' moving parts had to be covered for safety. To see a photo and read more, scan the QR codes on Chirk railway station, where the narrow-gauge GVT connected with the railway now operated by Arriva Trains Wales. Or click here