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|Esgairgeiliog shown within Powys|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Fire||Mid and West Wales|
The ERA slate quarry lay in the Glesyrch valley, behind the village.
The Centre for Alternative Technology lies about a mile south of the village.
Esgairgeiliog was a station on the narrow-gauge Corris Railway, although prospective passengers had to cross the river into Merionethshire (southern Gwynedd today) to catch the train. A steeply-graded branch line crossed the river and led to the ERA quarry, carrying slate to Machynlleth for transshipment.
The station has recently[when?] been structurally and cosmetically restored as the Corris Railway is being reinstated back to Esgairgeiliog.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Llwyngwern||Corris Railway||Maespoeth Junction|
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