Vron Colliery Company

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A (possible) supplier of coal for engines in 1887.[1]

A Mr. J. G. Jones was its representative that visited the company at that time

Later, in 1889, a contract to purchase 12 months supply (1200 tons) of steam coal, delivered to Blaenau Ffestiniog was agreed to. By 1890, the price agreed was 15/6d (77.5p) per ton, less 1s (5p) per ton rebate, and on "the understanding" that 2 cwt. per truck being given as overweight.[2]

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  1. ^ Johnson, Peter (2007). An Illustrated History of the Festiniog Railway. Hersham: Oxford Publishing Co. p. 063. ISBN 0-860936-03-1. OCLC 180463433.
  2. ^ Johnson, Peter (2007). An Illustrated History of the Festiniog Railway. Hersham: Oxford Publishing Co. p. 065. ISBN 0-860936-03-1. OCLC 180463433.