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The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway: the story of a Welsh rural byway

By Peter Johnson (hardback, Pen & Sword, 01226 734222, 232pp, £30, ISBN 9781526744777).

FOR those who love narrow gauge, and the lines in Wales in particular, this volume shows at every turn that it has been needed for several years.

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway (WLLR) was among the select few narrow gauge lines inherited by British Railways, and closed in 1956. Reopened by volunteers in 1963, it has now

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