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There are 14 pages of railways in this region.
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Pen-y-darren Tramway


Model of Richard Trevithicks Penydarren locomotive at Cyfarthfa Castle. [Ewan Crawford]

Penallta Colliery and Penrhiwfelin Goods (Rhymney Railway)


Remains of the colliery at Penallta. Two headgear still stand. [Ewan Crawford]

Penarth Harbour and Dock Railway


150 256 heads a train to Barry Island into Grangetown station on a stormy afternoon. The white structure on the right is the Cardiff Millennium Stadium. [John Thorn]

Point of Ayr Colliery Company


Some track still in place on the branch to the former Point of Ayr colliery, Flintshire, closed in 1996. View from a train on the North Wales Coast line near Prestatyn in Sept 2012. [David Pesterfield]
Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway

Pontypool, Caerleon and Newport Railway


1988 - when men were men... and 155308 was factory fresh. The DMU is heading North from Newport towards Cwmbran, past the site of Ponthir station. That yellow number in the foreground would be a milepost, not a TOPS number. [Ken Strachan]

Port Talbot Railway and Docks


Looking South over the viaduct. [see image 56972] [Ken Strachan]

List of locations in this area

Caerleon Cwm-Du Viaduct Cwmbran Cyfarthfa Castle 

Duffryn Yard 

Grangetown 

Llangeinor 

Penallta Point of Ayr Colliery Ponthir Pontrhydyfen 

Quakers Yard