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Llangollen fills the Corwen gap

THE Llangollen Railway celebrated on May 21, after the infamous gap dividing the line from the site of the new Corwen Central station was finally filled.

The volunteer-led exercise took nine working days spread over four weeks, tackling the challenge in three stages, plus an extra day when the messroom and workshop were lifted and moved to a new location on the embankment.

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