Cambrian Line :: Shared Description

The Cambrian Line (Welsh: Llinell Cambria) is a railway from Shrewsbury (in Shropshire, England) to Aberystwyth and Pwllheli in Wales.
The railway is scenic: it runs through the Cambrian Mountains in central Wales and along the coast of Cardigan Bay.
The line includes long sections of single track.
The line was finished in the 1860s. The line divides at Dovey Junction.
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by N Chadwick
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SH6138 : Train near Penrhyndeudraeth by DS Pugh
SH6136 : Railway north (down) of Talsarnau by DS Pugh
SH6138 : Train at Penrhyndeudraeth by DS Pugh
SH6214 : Barmouth Bridge by DS Pugh
SH6136 : Railway near Talsarnau station by DS Pugh
SH6215 : Barmouth Swing Bridge by DS Pugh
SH5729 : Railway and beach between Harlech and Llandanwg by DS Pugh
SH6214 : Sprinter at Morfa Mawddach by DS Pugh
SH6214 : Waiting at Morfa Mawddach by DS Pugh
SH6136 : Talsarnau railway station by DS Pugh
SH7401 : Train arriving at Platform 2 by DS Pugh
SN6296 : Railway towards Aberdovey by Richard Law
SH5729 : Train for Harlech by DS Pugh
SN5881 : End of the line by N Chadwick
SH5639 : Porthmadog Station (WHHR) by DS Pugh
SH6138 : Train heading to Pont Briwet by DS Pugh
SH6215 : Barmouth bridge foot/cycle path by DS Pugh
SN5881 : Aberystwyth Station by N Chadwick
SN5881 : Cambrian line, Aberystwyth by N Chadwick
SN6997 : Railway Viaduct over the Afon Dyfi by N Chadwick
SN6296 : Railway up the estuary by Richard Law
SH5729 : Harlech Beach and railway by DS Pugh
SH6115 : Train approaching Barmouth Bridge by DS Pugh
SH5728 : Llandanwg Station from the bridge by DS Pugh
SH6214 : Sprinter approaching Barmouth Bridge by DS Pugh

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Created: Tue, 10 Mar 2015, Updated: Wed, 11 Mar 2015

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