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Level Crossing A473, Talbot Green.jpg
Level Crossing A473, Talbot Green
Gwaun-Cae-Guerwen level crossing - Geograph - 1276283.jpg
Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen level crossing
The M4 at Baglan - Geograph - 375482.jpg
The M4 at Baglan
Cardiff Bay and Flyover - Geograph - 1446226.jpg
Cardiff Bay and Flyover
Level Crossing (C) Hywel Williams - Geograph - 20220.jpg
Level Crossing (C) Hywel Williams
This railway line is still considered in use, though practically a lot of work would be needed to bring it back into service (work that's underway since the picture was taken). Up until the early 1990s, coal trains would be run up from Betws Colliery near Ammanford to the washeries that still ran here. When the washeries closed, the railway line was left to decay.
Charter train leaving Port Talbot... (C) Gareth James - Geograph - 3364344.jpg
Charter train leaving Port Talbot... (C) Gareth James
Class 66 locomotive No. 66016 leaves Port Talbot Parkway, heading the return charter from Gwaun-cae-Gurwen to London Paddington. Earlier in the day, the tour had also visited Uskmouth Power Station.
Level crossing near Fountain (C) Colin Pyle - Geograph - 2622910.jpg
Level crossing near Fountain (C) Colin Pyle
Cwm-ffos Crossing (C) eswales - Geograph - 2005142.jpg
Cwm-ffos Crossing (C) eswales
Railway crossing at the point where a minor road from Cefn Cross to Ffordd-y-Gyfraith passes over the Margam to Tondu goods line.
Level crossing (C) Ray Durrant - Geograph - 2919321.jpg
Level crossing (C) Ray Durrant
Garw Valley Railway over Abergarw Road, Brynmenyn
Level crossing rails in situ in... (C) Colin Pyle - Geograph - 3047814.jpg
Level crossing rails in situ in... (C) Colin Pyle
Barriers down, Hendre Road level... (C) Jaggery - Geograph - 2270071.jpg
Barriers down, Hendre Road level... (C) Jaggery
Viewed from the station footbridge. The yellow rear of an Arriva Trains Wales passenger service can be seen at platform 2 (eastbound), Pencoed station. Although the train <a title='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2270036' rel='nofollow' href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2270036'>Link</a><img style='padding-left:2px;' alt='External link' title='External link - shift click to open in new window' src='http://s1.geograph.org.uk/img/external.png' width='10' height='10'/> has cleared the level crossing, the barriers remain down because a westbound train is due to arrive in about a minute. Platform 1, <a title='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2270023' rel='nofollow' href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2270023'>Link</a><img style='padding-left:2px;' alt='External link' title='External link - shift click to open in new window' src='http://s1.geograph.org.uk/img/external.png' width='10' height='10'/> for westbound trains, is behind the camera.
Coed Cae Lane Level Crossing (C) Mark Hopkins - Geograph - 412238.jpg
Coed Cae Lane Level Crossing (C) Mark Hopkins
The 07:34 train service from Pontyclun to Cardiff Central had just passed.
Level crossing on the A473 near... (C) Gareth James - Geograph - 2441765.jpg
Level crossing on the A473 near... (C) Gareth James
Not likely to be used again any time soon, as the rails to the north (right) have been lifted, and those to the south are very overgrown.
Level crossing on the A473 near... (C) Gareth James - Geograph - 2441781.jpg
Level crossing on the A473 near... (C) Gareth James
The branch line from Cwm Coke works has mostly been lifted. Here, the rails remain in the road, but the track beyond is severely overgrown.
Level crossing at St. George's (C) Gareth James - Geograph - 2082135.jpg
Level crossing at St. George's (C) Gareth James
St Fagans Level Crossing (C) Stephen McKay - Geograph - 2933422.jpg
St Fagans Level Crossing (C) Stephen McKay
An Arriva Trains Wales service heading towards Cardiff hurries over the level crossing at St Fagans.
Rover Way (C) Gareth James - Geograph - 1565172.jpg
Rover Way (C) Gareth James
The disused level crossing is visible, linking Sim's Metals (left) and the Celsa steelworks (right).
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Flag of Glamorgan

 

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