Trevor Railway Halt

Trevor Railway Halt.

Trevor railway halt was formerly a small station on the Ruabon to Barmouth line. The line was double track between Ruabon and Llangollen and there was a signal box at Trevor.

According to the Official Handbook of Stations the station handled both goods and passenger traffic in 1956 and the goods yard was equipped with a 3 ton crane.

There were also private sidings from the neighbourbood of the station to the firebrick works in the middle of the village (via a level crossing), and to the Cefn Mawr Monsanto works. The latter also connected to the Pontcysyllte Branch, and via the Rhos Branch eventually rejoined the main line on the outskirts of Wrexham. J.C.Edwards sidings.


2 June 1862 Station opened
18 January 1965 Closed to passengers
2 Nov 1964 Closed to goods

1909 posed photogragh at Trevor Halt

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt 1910

Trevor Railway Halt
J.C. Edwards sidings at Trevor in 1957

Trevor Railway Halt
Hughes and Lancaster Trevor in 1957

Trevor Railway Halt
Shunting at Trevor in 1948

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt 1960

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt 1964


Trevor Railway Halt
Sidings at Trevor Halt in 1950

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt in 1950

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt in 1950

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt Goods yard and signal box in 1966

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt in 1959

Trevor Railway Halt
Trevor Halt in 1959

Trevor Halt 2010

Trevor Halt 2010

Trevor Halt 2010

Trevor Halt 2010

 



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