Railways and Industry in the Tondu Valleys

I have just completed a new Pen & Sword proofreading project, this one about railways past and present in the Tondu Valleys of South Wales. The railway system was built for two purposes, to carry raw materials and produce to and from industry, such as coal and steel, and to carry passengers, either employees of these industries, or those using the services for other purposes. Although much of the system was closed because of changes in those industries it supported, a nucleus remains and is today supporting an expanding passenger usage.


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