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First watering point to be rebuilt by Talyllyn Railway

THE Talyllyn Railway has launched an appeal to restore the line’s original locomotive watering point at Ty Dŵr between Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol.

Before the locomotive shed and workshop opened at Tywyn Pendre in 1867, the railway’s

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