49-85 Minffordd Yard

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No Name Terry Corner's ID Operational Description Listing Status History, Character and Significance Current Use Current Condition Urgent Repairs Required Other Repairs Required Wish List for Improvements
50 Minffordd Weigh House MY002 Yes Stone-built, slate roofed Not known The Old Weigh House - great historic significance July 2015: used by Commercial Department as a store Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed
52 Polytunnel for S&T trains MY004 Yes Plastic shelter as often used for temporary greenhouses none Polytunnel purchased and originally positioned in 201? (tbc) Aug 2015: used by S&T Department for loading their works trains undercover (tbc) Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed
? Minffordd Infrastructure Workshop ? Yes Modern steel-framed building with metal cladding none Built new 2015-6 Workshops and stores for Buildings & Estates Dept, S&T Dept, PW Dept, also mess room and pattern store. Good none none none
57 Minffordd Goods Shed MY009 Yes Stone built, slate roofed not known Original Minffordd Exchange sidings Goods Shed. High heritage status used by Infrastructure Dept for storage of locomotive and other materials and equipment Major repairs 2016-7 to walls, roof and doors None None None
59 Minffordd Nissen Hut MY011 No July 2015: Utilitarian Nissen-style CI hut. none Erected pre-1964 by tenants of goods shed for use as sawmill. 1964-2016: used by Infrastructure Dept for storage of materials and equipment Demolished 2016
? Waggon Tracks Shed ? Yes Steel-framed shed with metal cladding, spanning five tracks none Built new 2015-7 Used for housing historic rolling stock, track inside is also historic Good None None None
69 Maenofferen Shed Heritage Store MY021 Yes Slate roof on brick columns. Roof raised and walls infilled 1969-72 for use as carriage shed not known Original storage sheds for slates brought down the railway from Maenofferen quarry, Blaenau Ffestiniog. High heritage status Now joined and used for storing heritage rolling stock and other artefacts Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed
? Battery house ? Yes Small building in period style with rendered walls, slate roof and bargeboards none Built new 1997 Accomodates batteries for signalling and telephone systems Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed
78a Minffordd Breeze Block Built Store - Yes Modern utilitarian store building constructed of breeze blocks. none New store building constructed largely by Kids' Week volunteers between 2009 and 2013 Storage of Estates Department materials and equipment. Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed
83 Portable Building Mess Room MY035 No . none July 2015: used as mess room by volunteers Removed c2016
84 Minffordd Brick Built Store MY036 Minffordd Brick Built Store July 2015: Brick built store used as a paint store None Previously Thermit Welding Store, used for the highly flammable materials and moulds used for the Thermit process to weld rails together in situ. Previously either an office for one of the slate quarries or one of the slate merchants. July 2015: used by as a paint store by the Infrastucture Department (confirmed) Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed
84b Bobby's Box - Yes Wooden signalman's shelter of historic design [Not on Asset Buildings Revised EEC June 15] Replica of Signalman's Hut at Harbour Station, moved to Minfford Yard 2014 Shelter for signalman or shunter Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed Not assessed

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