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The extensive rail system throughout Wales was developed predominantly during the nineteenth century. The West Wales Line, originally called the South Wales Railway, was in theory independent of the Great Western Railway (GWR), but was closely linked to it. This was highlighted by the fact that Isambard Kingdom Brunel was the engineer of the line. In a series of titles covering the GWR, Stanley C. Jenkins and Martin Loader look at the railways of North and West Wales in this pictorial history of old and new photographs, drawings and ephemera.