Nuttree Wharf: This road bridge forms the access route to Porthywaen quarry and the public road to Sweeney Mountain. The structure is notable for it includes two spans, one of which retains standard gauge railway track, while the other forms a walkway for sheep grazing in two adjoining fields. The latter, which is of noticeably smaller size, represents the last complete surviving piece of infrastructure from the long-closed narrow gauge Crickheath Tramway, which once ran to the Montgomery canal at Crickheath, on the Knockin side of Llynclys.

This photograph, which was taken on May 23, 2009 shows the line looking ahead towards Porthywaen station and level crossing, while Oswestry and Llynclys Junction lie behind the photographer. Photo - copyright Gareth Evans.

webimg_4666porthywaenfth.JPG - Photo - Copyright Gareth Evans ~webimg_4666porthywaenf.JPG. Photo: Nuttree Wharf: This road bridge forms the access route to Porthywaen quarry and the public road to Sweeney Mountain. The structure is notable for it includes two spans, one of which retains standard gauge railway track, while the other forms a walkway for sheep grazing in two adjoining fields. The latter, which is of noticeably smaller size, represents the last complete surviving piece of infrastructure from the long-closed narrow gauge Crickheath Tramway, which once ran to the Montgomery canal at Crickheath, on the Knockin side of Llynclys. This photograph, which was taken on May 23, 2009 shows the line looking ahead towards Porthywaen station and level crossing, while Oswestry and Llynclys Junction lie behind the photographer. Photo - copyright Gareth Evans.

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