Cambrian Line

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Presently, trains between Birmingham and the Cambrian Line run at an approximate two hour frequency usually consisting of two two-car units which divide/combine at Machynlleth; one portion continuing to/from Pwllheli, the other to/from Aberystwyth.

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Description

Introduction:
The Cambrian Line (Welsh: Llinell Cambria) is a railway from Shrewsbury (in Shropshire, England) to Welshpool, Aberystwyth and Pwllheli.

Service pattern:
Presently, trains between Birmingham and the Cambrian Line run at an approximate two hour frequency usually consisting of two two-car units which divide/combine at Machynlleth; one portion continuing to/from Pwllheli, the other to/from Aberystwyth.

Notes:
The timetable is written to warn you when a train will need to have the next section cleared.
The timetable is fully tested, however please let me know of any bugs.

Credits:
Thanks to Albert Ball for his wonderful Simulator.
Thanks to Ben Woodward for help with timetables.
Thanks to Andy Greenland for his assistance with distances.

Contact:
mark.jones@welshdragon.headweb.co.uk or use the comments section below.

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