Tylwch

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Tylwch
Tylwch former railway station geograph-4044938-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
Former railway station in Tylwch
Tylwch is located in Powys
Tylwch
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Tylwch shown within Powys
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Post town LLANIDLOES
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52°24′44″N 3°31′05″W / 52.412265°N 3.517978°W / 52.412265; -3.517978Coordinates: 52°24′44″N 3°31′05″W / 52.412265°N 3.517978°W / 52.412265; -3.517978

Tylwch is a small village in Powys, Wales.

Tylwch lies south of the principal town of Llanidloes on the border of Montgomeryshire and Radnorshire. It lies on the Afon Dulas, which once serviced a local woolen mill. Other early industries included West Fedw, a now disused lead mine. Tylwch was once home to Tylwch railway station, a small but locally important station which has since been closed. In 1899 the station was the scene of an accident which witnessed a collision between a mail train and an excursion train. Five people were seriously injured and a 24-year-old woman died in the incident.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Disaster at Tylwch,1899". history.powys.org.uk. Retrieved 25 November 2012.