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"l1— SWANSEA COUNCIL'S ! WRIT.…

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OPENING UP "SWANSEA" COAL.…

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OPENING UP "SWANSEA" COAL. RAILWAY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE DISTRICT. The Landore Hoop compJeted, the G.W.R. are taking in hand the construction of the direct lines authorised in 1904 to connect Poaiardulais with Dynevor. At present ooal from the Amman Valley and Mountain Branch must reach Swansea either by the L. and N.W .R. from Pontardulais or by the roundabout route via Llandilo Junc- tions. The new authorised railways wiH give the coal a direct run in one hand, that of the G.W.R., into the Swansea Docks. In February of last year the sliareholders of the G.W.R. voted for this line, but tho start has not yet been made. Last month the shareholders gave their assent to the expenditure, of £50,000 for doubling the line betwee- Pantyffynon and Llanelly, and the directors state "that this doubling is preliminary to the construction of the Swansea direct line. This doubling will no doubt take 12 months, so that it may well be 1907 before the contract is let for the new direct line. It is said there are now good prospects of an early start by the Neath, Pontardawe and Brynamman Company to tap the Am- man Y alley, and provide it with an even more direct route both to Swansea and Port Talbot. If they can do this they should have their railway opened and at work weJH ahead of the G.W.R. new line. Whichever is first, completed will confer great bene- fits on the people in the Amman Valley, where improved connection with the ports is urgently wanted.

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"l1— SWANSEA COUNCIL'S ! WRIT.…