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Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway 

This line is closed save two portions; Carmarthen station and approaches and a portion is preserved between Bronwydd and Llanfan Cerrig. This line is being extended in the Conwil direction. The railway never reached as far as Cardigan.

 

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From Carmarthen to Newcastle Emlyn.

The Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway only built the line to Llandysul, not the rest to Newcastle Emlyn - this portion was added by the Great Western Railway later in 1895. [With thanks to Michael Martin of the Gwili Railway].


Page created on 06/07/2000
Page last edited on: 02/04/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford