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ALAN HAYWARD
PHOTO PAGE
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 This page shows more local railway staff photographs by Alan Hayward, plus some
previously unpublished photos of 6G carriage shed in the diesel days, as recoded LJ
and some other unique photos taken by a railwayman in his day to day activities.

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Norman Read and Geoff Griffiths on Class 31 training.






Ken Jones (2) with 47196 at Llandudno.






George (the pipe) Hughes, with Frank Raw in cab of DMU and driver Len Evans standing alongside.






Peter Cox pictured with a Class 47 and 31 outside carriage shed.







View of Carriage Shed and the Amenity Block, train crew signing point.






Amenity Block before closure.






Two Class 45's inside carriage shed.







Lifting commences of sidings leading to the carriage shed.






Another view inside 6G carriage shed with Class 25's stabled.






Class 151 units standing in the carriage shed sidings.




The next two photos shows a "Mermaid" ballast wagon in action at Rhyl. These ballast wagons had
side tipping facilities to offload ballast.






The two  photos below show an incident which happened between Betws-y-Coed and Pont-y-Pant stations.
Probably taken in the early 1960's and believed to have been caused by a failed DMU which ran back and collided
with an assisting DMU leaving Betws-y-Coed . Has anyone got any more information on the incident?







The photos show a bridge decking renewal on the Trawsfynydd line between Manod and Llan Ffestiniog at the site
of Teigl Halt at around the late 1970's early 1980's.

Note that the train was remarshalled by lifting the crane match wagons over to a field alongside.

The last photo shows the bridge completed.















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