00, London Midland & Scottish Railway, 12 foot by 1.5 foot


Passenger train        Goods train       Track plan

London Midland & Scottish Railway  Welsh Marches Vale Crucis Ty-isa Wimberry Bwlchgwyn

An imaginary history - south of Oswestry a tramway ran four mile from a junction at Weston via Morda, Coed-y-Go, Trefonen to Ty-isa passing all the collieries of the Morda Coalfield. In the eighteen-nineties the tramway was upgraded to a Light Railway creating a minor Welsh Borders line. Costs were kept to a minimum with the station building an old coach and the good shed an old van body. Unfortunately about the time of the upgrade the Morda Coalfield started a rapid decline leaving the light railway rather lightly trafficked, it was therefore a relief when the London Midland Scottish Railway took control in 1923.  

A passenger train from Oswestry arrives at Ty-isa and runs round.

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A goods train being shunted at Ty-isa

Ty-isa Colliery the right hand picture showing where pit props arrive

Coal merchants
Rail served factory
Goods Shed and loading dock

  Shunting in progress

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Track plan

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