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TRANSPORT
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This drawing shows the route of the Cilhaul Tramway from its source at the site of the old Cilhaul Colliery sidings to the Fochriw Colliery sidings
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This drawing shows the outcrops of some of the coal seams, together with railway connection to Fochriw Colliery during 1855.
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A GWR drawing showing the construction details of the underpass of the Brecon and Merthyr  railway line through which the Cilhaul Tramroad passed  prior to its connection to Fochriw Colliery sidings via Jacob’s Incline.
Plan showing the  area of the Brithdir Estate  to be mined and the route of the “old tramroad” via Jacob’s Incline. This is dated 9 September 1920