REALLY SideTracked - Ffronfraith Halt
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Ffronfraith Halt was situated on the 3¾-mile Kerry branch which had been opened between Abermule and Kerry by the Oswestry & Newtown Railway on 2 March 1863. The line had passed to the Cambrian Railway on the 25 July 1864 and to the Great Western Railway (GWR) on 1 January 1922. The branch had been opened to serve the sheep trade at Kerry but passenger services had run from the start. By 1922 they had declined to only a couple of trains per day in each direction with no Sunday service. The cache has been placed having been given the OK from the property owners beyond the gate over the bridge, the cache IS NOT beyond the gate so please do not enter the private property.
Sebz ebnqfvqr - yrsg fvqr oevqtr cnencrg, sbyybj gb gur raq bs gur irel fubeg urqtr, pnpur vf va gur objy bs gur gevcyr gehax gerr oruvaq gur urqtr
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum