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Corwen Central embankment gap now being infilled

MORE than 40 years since the abandoned trackbed was breached to provide an alternative access to the Corwen sewage farm, volunteers at the Llangollen Railway’s new Corwen Central station project began the task of infilling the notorious gap in the embankment east of the town to allow the railway to be extended into the new

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