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There are 14 pages of railways in this region.
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Beaufort Ironworks Tramway

The old station at Aberbeeg, photographed in 1977. [Ian Dinmore]

Bettws-y-Coed Branch (London and North Western Railway)

View south on the remaining single platform at Betws-y-Coed on 14th April 2015. The static coaches and vans on the right are part of the Conwy Valley Railway Museum and are located on a section of the line to the former goods shed. [Colin McDonald]

Blaenau Festiniog Branch (London and North Western Railway)

A Llandudno - Blaenau Ffestiniog service leaving Roman Bridge on 10th April 2015. This station is of very similar construction to Pont-y-Pant (two stops along the line towards Llandudno junction) and until recently was available for self catering holidays. [Colin McDonald]

Brecon and Merthyr Railway

With a name which must be pronounced carefully and a challenging climate, the residents of this village had quite enough to cope with before their station was closed to passengers in 1962 and goods in 1964. There was a goods yard to the right of the platform, and a station ... [Ken Strachan]

Bryn Amman Branch

A pair of class 37s with a coal train near Ammanford Colliery Halt, Carmarthenshire, on 3 May 1988. [Ian Dinmore]
Bryn Oer Tramway

Brynmawr and Blaenavon Railway

When you're 73 years old, it's easy to forget where you left things - like, three coaches. 'Mech Navvies No. 1' runs round its coaches on 19th August. View looks North West, towards Furnace Sidings. [Ken Strachan]

List of locations in this area

Aberbeeg Aberbeeg Junction Aberbeeg MPD 

Betws-y-Coed Big Pit Blaenau Blaenavon Blaenavon (Big Pit museum) Blaenavon Big Pit Blaenavon High Level 


Ebbw Vale Ebbw Vale Steelworks 

Fochriw Furnace Sidings 

Pont Gethin Viaduct Pont-y-Pant Pontiscill Pontsticill 

Roman Bridge Roman Bridge Tunnel 

Talybont-on-Usk Torpantau 

Varteg Varteg Hill Colliery Victoria (South Wales) 

Waenavon Whistle Inn