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Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Railways, with the Hendre-Ddu and Kerry Tramways.

Lewis Cozens

Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Railways, with the Hendre-Ddu and Kerry Tramways.

by Lewis Cozens

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Published by Oakwood in Lingfield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published as "The Van and Kerry Railways with the Kerry Tramway", London: Cozens, 1953, and "The Mawddwy Railway with the Hendre-Ddu Tramway", London: Cozens, 1954.

SeriesThe Oakwood library of railway history -- 32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20180272M

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The Hendre-Ddu Tramway was a 2 ft narrow gauge industrial railway built in in Wales to connect the Hendre-Ddu slate quarry to Aberangell station on the Mawddwy Railway. It consisted of a main line 3 1 ⁄ 2 miles ( km) long and several branch lines and spurs serving other quarries, local farms and the . The first train arrived in County Kerry, at Rathmore, on 16 May Due to the unfinished state of the railway line, passengers for Killarney had to continue their journey into that town by road. Two months later, on 16 July , the completed Killarney Junction Railway Line opened for business.

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Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Railways, with the Hendre-Ddu and Kerry Tramways by Lewis Cozens Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published separately as The Van and Kerry Railways with the Kerry Tramway, and The Mawddwy Railway with the Hendre-Ddu Tramway, London, Cozens, and The Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Railways: With the Hendre-Ddu and Kerry Tramways. Lewis Cozens. Oakwood Press, - Railroads, Local and light - 68 pages.

0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Narrow Gauge Railways in Mid Wales. The Oakwood Press. Cox, David; Krupa, Christopher (). The Kerry Tramway and other timber light railways.

Plateway Press. ISBN Cozens L, Kidner RW, Poole B (). The Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Branches. The Oakwood gauge: 2 ft ( mm). The Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Railways: With the Hendre-Ddu and Kerry Tramways Issue 32 of The Oakwood library of railway history: Author: Lewis Cozens: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Oakwood Press, Length: 68 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

The Mawddwy Railway with the Hendre-ddu Tramway. Lewis Cozens. - 64 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section. 4: Section. THE HENDREDDU TRAMWAY. Buy The Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Branches (Oakwood Library of Railway History) 2nd Mawddwy edition by Cozens, Lewis, Kidner, R.

W., Poole, Brian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). The Hendre-Ddu Tramway was a 2 ft ( mm) narrow gauge industrial railway built in in Wales to connect the Hendre-Ddu slate quarry to Aberangell station on the Mawddwy consisted of a main line 3½ miles long and several branch lines and spurs.

The Hendre-Ddu Tramway was a 2 ft ( mm) narrow gauge industrial railway built in in Wales to connect the Hendre-Ddu slate quarry to Aberangell station on the Mawddwy consisted of a main line 3 1 ⁄ 2 miles ( km) long and several branch lines and spurs serving other quarries, local farms and the timber gauge: 2 ft ( mm).

Bannister, Geoffrey F. Lament for the country railway: 2. Return to Kerry. Back Track 1 (), p. Cozens, Lewis. The Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Railways with the Hendre-Ddu and Kerry Tramways. Jerman, Herbert N. Kerry the church and the village: a guide.

[Kerry, Montgomeryshire]:. (actually an amalgamation of the book with two others of Cozens under one cover and with a few omissions/additions) which was published by Oakwood Press under the name "The Mawddwy, Van and Kerry Railways". I also have a copy of the much-extended Oakwood Press successor "The Mawddwy, Van and Kerry.

The Mawddwy Railway was a rural line in the Dyfi Valley in mid-Wales that connected Dinas Mawddwy with a junction at Cemmaes Road railway station on the Newtown and Machynlleth Railway section of the Cambrian Railways. Despite being only 6 miles 63 chain ( km) long, there were three intermediate stations at Cemmaes, Aberangell (where it linked to the Hendre-Ddu Tramway) and Locale: Wales.

The road through the forestry uses, for the most part, the trackbed of the Hendre Ddu tramway, constructed in It was a narrow gauge feeder line from the quarry to the standard gauge Mawddwy Railway.

Railway Books, Photographs, Slides and Timetables For Sale. Hendre Ddu slate quarry opened in the s, and in the Hendre Ddu Slate and Slab Co. was established.

The Company specialised in slate slabs for billiard table beds. The standard gauge Mawddwy Railway, opened in connected the Cambrian Railway at Cemmaes Road to Dinas Mawddwy, passing through the small village of Aberangell.

This map is an approximation of how things actually were. I recommend Chapter 5 of 'The Mawddwy, Van & Kerry Branches' by Cozens, Kidner & Poole, ISBN. The Hendre-Ddu Tramway was a 2 ft ( mm) narrow gauge industrial railway built in in Wales to connect the Hendre-Ddu slate quarry to Aberangell station on the Mawddwy consisted of a main line 3 1 ⁄ 2 miles ( km) long and several branch lines and spurs serving other quarries, local farms and the timber industry.

The Hendre Ddu slate quarry opened in the s, located on the north slope of Mynydd the Hendre Ddu Slate and Slab Co. was established by Sir Edmund Company specialised in slate slabs for billiard table beds. The standard gauge Mawddwy Railway, opened in connected the Cambrian Railway at Cemmaes Road to Dinas Mawddwy, passing through the small.

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The station at Dinas Mawddwy was by far the largest and grandest on the railway, with decorative iron gates leading into the grounds and a fine two-storey station building, much larger than any of the others on the railway.The Kerry Tramway was a 2 ft ( mm) gauge narrow gauge railway built in to serve the timber workings and slab quarry to the south of the village of Kerry, near Newtown in mid Wales.

The railway ran from the Cambrian Railways Kerry railway station at Glanmule to the Brynllywarch estate owned by Christopher Naylor. The line served the timber forests on the estate, as well as a slab.