Llys Halt railway station
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|4 Jun 1934||Opened|
|18 Jan 1965||Closed |
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
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There was a single platform on the south-east side, provided with and open-front shelter, and a single nameboard reading "Llys Halt". Approximately 55 yards (50 m) to the south-east was Llys Crossing, which was gated and manned; this was provided with a crossing keepers house. In addition to the main gates for road vehicles, there were swing wickets for pedestrians. The crossing was controlled from Llanuwchllyn. Today a garden hedgerow covers the site of the platform.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Llanuwchllyn||Great Western Railway
Ruabon Barmouth Line
- Mitchell, Vic; Smith, Keith (2010). Ruabon to Barmouth. West Sussex: Middleton Press. fig. 83. ISBN 9781906008840. OCLC 651922152.
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