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Talerddig
Talerddig is located in Powys
Talerddig
Talerddig
Location within Powys
OS grid referenceSH930001
Principal area
Ceremonial county
CountryWales
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townLLANBRYNMAIR
Postcode districtSY19
Dialling code01650
PoliceDyfed-Powys
FireMid and West Wales
AmbulanceWelsh
UK Parliament
Senedd Cymru – Welsh Parliament
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Wales
Powys
52°35′18″N 3°34′44″W / 52.588359°N 3.579007°W / 52.588359; -3.579007

Talerddig is a village in Powys, mid Wales, located on the main A470 road between Llanbrynmair and Carno. It is part of Llanbrynmair community.

Talerddig cutting

Although the village no longer has a railway station, it is on the route of the 1863 constructed Newtown and Machynlleth Railway. The route passes through Talerddig cutting, a significant civil engineering achievement of the 1860s being 120 feet (37 m) deep and cut through solid rock, and the deepest in the world at the time of its completion in 1862.[1][2]

There was an accident in the cutting on 18 January 1921, of which several pictures survive. There remains a passing loop today on the single track Cambrian Line where Talerddig railway station existed until 1965. The passing loop was retained in track rationalisations of the 1970s due to the need to "pin down" the brakes on freight trains over the summit, and now a critical operational node for passing passenger trains.[3]

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References

  1. ^ C P Gasquoine (1973). The Story of the Cambrian. Christopher Davies Ltd.
  2. ^ "National Museum Wales" Archived 24 November 2010 at the Wayback Machine accessed 4 Dec 2010
  3. ^ Carno Station Action Group, Talerddig Passing Loop Archived 12 December 2009 at the Wayback Machine

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