Bala Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog
- Bala Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog
- Scenes From The Past: 25
- by D.W.Southern assisted by Norman Jones
- When the GWR backed Bala to Ffestiniog Railway was promoted in the early 1870s a railway infrastructure serving mines and quarries of North Wales had already been established.
- The Bala and Ffestiniog Railway, on its journey through Merionethshire, from the ancient and delightful market town of Bala reached a summit of 1278 ft above sea level east of Arenig, reputedly one of the bleakest stations anywhere on the Great Western network.
- It then traversed wild moorland to cross high above the Afon Prysor on a fine, curved stone viaduct and by way of a ledge cut high in the mountainside, made its way through wild and spectacular terrainto reach its goal in the heart of the region's slate mining area.
- 100 pages. 140+ Black and White images, illustrations and maps. Laminated Card Cover
- Foxline Publications
- ISBN-10 1870119347
- New — Out Of Print
- Pre-owned, very good, light edge wear
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