Welsh Marches Railway Line :: Shared Description

The Welsh Marches line runs between Shrewsbury (where it connects with lines to Manchester, Liverpool and North Wales) and Newport (where it connects with the South Wales line). It allows direct trains to run between North and South Wales. The line was constructed in the 1850s by two railway companies, both heading for Hereford. Trains regularly run between Manchester and South Wales.
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SO4877 : Signal, Welsh Marches Line by N Chadwick
SO5175 : Train entering Ludlow station by The Carlisle Kid
SO4593 : Church Stretton old station building by Alan Murray-Rust
SO4381 : Welsh Marches Line south of Stokewood Crossing by N Chadwick
SO4383 : Footbridge at Craven Arms by N Chadwick
SO4593 : Footbridge, Church Stretton Station by N Chadwick
SO4579 : Onibury Station by N Chadwick
SO5174 : Cardiff train entering the Ludlow Tunnel by N Chadwick
SJ4703 : The railway at Dorrington by Alan Murray-Rust
SO4383 : Craven Arms Station, looking south by N Chadwick
SO4579 : Welsh Marches Line, Onibury by N Chadwick
SO4778 : Welsh Marches Line by Back Lane by N Chadwick
SO4678 : Welsh Marches Line in the Onny Valley by N Chadwick
SO5175 : Looking north from Ludlow Station by N Chadwick
SO4381 : Welsh Marches Line north of Stokewood Crossing by N Chadwick
SO4383 : Train at Craven Arms Station by N Chadwick
SO4579 : Onibury Station by N Chadwick
SO4381 : Welsh Marches Line near Stokesay by N Chadwick
SO4480 : Welsh Marches Line in the Onny Valley by N Chadwick
SO5174 : Ludlow Tunnel by N Chadwick
SO4383 : Craven Arms Crossing signal box by Alan Murray-Rust
SO4877 : Signal, Welsh Marches Line by N Chadwick
SO4579 : Onibury Station buildings by Alan Murray-Rust
SO4382 : Junction for the Heart of Wales Line by Alan Murray-Rust
SO4593 : Sandford Avenue Bridge, Church Stretton Station by N Chadwick

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Created: Wed, 12 Jan 2011, Updated: Wed, 12 Jan 2011

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