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ELAN VALLEY RAILWAY


2nd Edition - February 2004
by C.W. Judge
ISBN 978-0-853615-17-0
Book A5 format, with a glossy laminated square-backed card cover. 232 Pages 110 B&W Photographs, Plus plans and a large fold-out map.
Publisher: Oakwood Press
Series: Oakwood Library Of Railway History
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When the famous Elan Valley reservoirs were built the railway helped to transform this beautiful part of Wales to the sight known and loved by so many holiday-makers and daytrippers today. The story of how the dams were built and why, is beautifully told here. There is a fascinating insight into the men who built the dams and the village that was constructed for the navvy community. For all those interested in this part of Mid-Wales, railways and social history this book makes compelling reading. Back again due to popular demand, and this time with a fullcolour laminated , card cover. 232 pages, A5 format, with 110 photographs plus plans, etc., printed on art paper. A pull-out map of the system is also included.

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • The Problem and Solution
  • Early Developments and Construction of the Railway
  • The Model `Navvy` Village of Elan
  • The Route Described
  • Locomotives of the Birmingham Waterworks Company
  • Coaching and Goods Stock
  • Operation of the Railway
  • The Dams, Aqueduct and Pipeline
  • The Royal Visit - 2lst July, 1904
  • Walking the `Line` Today
  • Walks from the Elan Valley Visitors Centre
  • Richard Eustace Tickell
  • Alterations to the 1892 City of Birmingham Water Act Traffic Statement
  • The Cambrian Railways siding at Cerrig Gwynnion

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Country: UK

 

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