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CRUMLIN LEVEL CROSSING.I

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CRUMLIN LEVEL CROSSING. In the House of Commons, on Monday, Colonel Ivor Herbert asked the President of the Board of Trade whether his attention had been drawn to the danger and inconvenience occasioned to the public by the retention of a level-crossing over the Great Western Railway at Crumlia (Mon,), and whether he would take steps to compel the company to substitute some other means ot crossing. Mr Lloyd-Georee said complaint had been made to the Board of Trade of delay to road traffic at the level-crossiog in question, and the board com- municated with the G. eat Western Railway thereon, and was informed by them that they were investigating the matter; ahoo, that the provision of a road bridge in lieu of the crossing hai been under consideration. for some time past, an" that negotiations with the Monmouthshire County Council were in progress. The Board of Trade had no power to oblige the company to substitute a bridge or subway for the crossing.

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POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY. I

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