The 80 mile long line from Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth is not lost in the same sense as some of the railways covered in this series. This book takes a nostaligic look back to when the line had its own named train, the Cambrian Coast Express.
The Mid Wales Line ran for 60 miles, from Moat Lane Junction near Caersws to Brecon, passing through the old counties of Mongomery, Radnorshire and Brecknock.
Though the railway from Chester to Holyhead is still busy today serving those living along the coast of north Wales and travellers to Ireland as it has done since the 1840s, this is a nostalgic journey back in time to when the line was in its steam age heyday.
The Vale of Neath Line connected Pontypool Road to Neath and Swansea and included a branch to Merthyr. It was built primarily to transport the abundant supplies of coal in the districts it served.
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