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MS & L "iron brackets" frame.

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MS & L "iron brackets" frame.

Unread postby MRFS » Sun Sep 29, 2013 8:27 pm

Does any kind soul out there have a picture of the ground frame version, please?

Pete2320 has kindly found and photographed a ground frame in Minffordd that is ex-preservation era Harbour station but before that it was installed as the crossing frame at Glanypwll c.1923.

I can't easily web the pictures up at the mo as I'm on the smugphone, that'll have to wait a day or so until I'm back in the fastness of Cantuar.

The big question: why would a MS&L frame end up in Blaenau?
ND: Why is there a door handle on the inside of my airing cupboard?
MF: Because it's the fire exit from Narnia.

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