£13.95

Author:   Colin Chapman

Published:   2002
Edition:   Hardback
Pages:   96

Condition:   New but slight damage to inside cover
Genre:   Railways of Wales

Status:   In Stock

Synopsis

A detailed examination of this short Rhymney Railway branchline from inception, through initial success to ultimate demise. Built to provide an outlet for the coal mines in the valley, it started to suffer after the closure of the colliery at Senghenydd, which never really recovered from the two pit disasters which struck it.

This book is fully illustrated with many fine photographs, signalling and track diagrams, and is a worthy addition to any bookshelf.

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