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There are 14 pages of railways in this region.
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Milford Haven Dock and Railway


The east end of the Milford Haven refinery branch in July 2013 seen from a northbound Arriva Trains Wales Milford Haven to Manchester service passing over the junction. [David Pesterfield]

Milford Railway


'Carmarthen... we have a problem!' Standing in for the usual class 175 DMU Super Sprinter 158838 lays over at Milford Haven station on 18 April after arrival from Manchester at 16.29. It was later failed with a fuel leak on the nearest carriage. A coach ride back to Carmarthen ensued ... [David Pesterfield]

Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal


An investment banker would describe this as part of a mixed portfolio of investments offering varied returns and risk. An estate agent would say it suits an enthusiast. I would say it's not worth nicking. (the sign was adjacent to the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal passing Newport, Gwent. Notice the ... [Ken Strachan]

Monmouthshire Canal Tramway


Looking the opposite way from my previous shot [see image 41577], the electric crossing barriers, installed in 1960, have gone; but rails are still visible, and the long, thin car park for the Royal Gwent Hospital is a bit of a giveaway. These tracks connected the Western Valley to Newport ... [Ken Strachan]

Monmouthshire Railway and Canal


The converted former goods shed at Panteg and Griffithstown in August 2014. It must be very practical to use such a building as a nursery [see image 10016] - even the most distraught toddler would find it hard to break a window. Notice the bus stop equivalent of the 'Harrington ... [Ken Strachan]

Nantmawr Branch


Theres track in them thar trees. Looking north up the Nantmawr Branch from Blodwell Junction. [Ewan Crawford]

Neath and Brecon Railway


Platform view north at Neath Riverside station in May 1988, approximately 24 years after closure to passengers. The signal box is Neath and Brecon Junction and the passing HST is on the South Wales main line. [Ian Dinmore]

List of locations in this area

Bettws Brecon Joint 

Courtybella Junction 

Devyock and Sennybridge 

Ebbw Vale Parkway 

Lime Kiln Junction 

Milford Haven 

Neath Riverside 

Onllwyn Onllwyn Washery 

Panteg and Griffithstown Park Junction 

Risca