ATW 150254 departs Whitland for Carmarthen 19/06/17
37421 passes Horton Rd Jn with 3Q01 Whitland to Derby test train. 05/03/2016
The Whitland & Cardigan Railway was a 27.5 miles (44.3 km) long railway branch line in West Wales. It was built in two stages, at first as the Whitland and Taf Vale Railway from quarries at Glogue to Whitland on the South Wales Main Line, opening in 1873, at first for goods and minerals only but later for passengers too. The line was extended to Cardigan, opening in 1886, and the company name changed to reflect that.
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