User Keith/There may be more
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The copyright statement on this photo is incorrect as it does(as the description says) come from the FR archives and therefore can be used in the wiki. However I don't know how to change the statement!
I think you have got too enthusiastic about the changes at Bron Turnor.
i) Bron Turnor crossing IS the access to the farm
ii) There will still need to be a road access afterwards, so there will still be a crossing
iii) The bridge will be given a name by the FRCo so the bit about the unamed bridge should be removed and just say that in addition there will be a rail overbridge adjacent to the farm crossing, to be installed next winter.
I note it says this picture is by John Thomas. It certainly is not by the John Thomas who took pictures in the 1870/80 period. Is it by another JT or just misrepresented?
Chris was right, it wasnt John Thomas, but it is suspected to have been possibly Tom Davies, though this isnt confirmed.
Abbreviated from HGJ-100-020, states:- Credit given to Thomas Davies (Tom Davies who was around in early preservation days???) but he probably did not take it. No date given, but a caption says before WW I, therefore possibly 1913
I think you'll find that the Rulebook has been rounded to the nearest 10ft. The height displayed for years as shown on a board at the bottom end was 434ft.
What was the source of the 1865 and 1875 timetables?
Working through FR parts of Festipedia, noticed the following links missing in the next/previous stations/location panel's:-
1) On the "Minffordd" page, "Minffordd Yard" is linked within the "Minfford" page but missing in the previous/next locations panel. It's mentioned as a previous location on the "Cae Ednyfed" page.
2) on the "Penrhyn" page there aren't any location links and the next station is linked as Tan-y-bwlch instead of Plas Halt. You must select the "Penrhyn Station" link to obtain more correct links. Might be worth re-viewing the links on/for Penrhyn Crossing.
3) "Cei Mawr" gives next next station as Tan-y-Bwlch, no mention of Tylers Curve / Plas Halt though both mentioned on "Penryhn Station"
4) "Tyler's Curve" no next station of "Plas Halt", though mentioned / linked within the page.
That gets me to Tan-y-bwlch where I now rest and take on water............
Terry Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org) A FRS member
Anyone is free to make changes. To create at link all you need do is enclose the word in double square brackets e.g. Minffordd