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Tidenham Station

Tidenham station, on the Wye Valley Railway between Chepstow and Monmouth, was situated a little to the north of the bridge over the A48 Chepstow-Lydney Road. Read More


Tidenham Tunnel

Tidenham (or Dennelhill) tunnel was the longest (1188 yards) on the Wye Valley Railway between Chepstow and Monmouth, and the 21st longest on the GWR. Read More


Tintern Railway Bridge

Tintern bridge carried the Wye Valley Railway, which ran between Chepstow and Monmouth, over the River Wye just north of Tintern tunnel. Read More


Tintern Station

Tintern station, on the Wye Valley Railway between Chepstow and Monmouth, opened with the line on 1 November 1876. Read More


Tintern Tunnel

Tintern tunnel was on the Wye Valley Railway between Chepstow and Monmouth. It was bored through a ridge of Carboniferous limestone on the narrow neck of land within a horseshoe... Read More


Wireworks Branch

The proposed route of Wye Valley Railway from Chepstow to Monmouth by-passed the village of Tintern, which is on the opposite (western) bank of the River Wye. Read More


Wireworks Bridge

The Wireworks bridge carried the Wireworks branch of the Wye Valley Railway over the River Wye to wireworks at Tintern. Read More


Wye Valley Junction

Wye Valley Junction was where the Wye Valley Railway joined the one-time South Wales Railway about ½ mile northeast of Chepstow bridge over the River Wye. Read More


Wye Valley Railway

The Wye Valley Railway ran from Wye Valley Junction, near Tutshill on the South Wales Railway, to Wyesham Junction on the Coleford, Monmouth, Usk and Pontypool Railway at Monmouth, a... Read More


Wyesham Halt

Wyesham Halt, on the Wye Valley Railway between Chepstow and Monmouth, was opened on 12 January 1931. Read More

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