'Steep rise' in crime on railway [BBC News]





Date: 14/05/2007

A rail company warns it may have to cancel some services in the south Wales valleys after a rise in crime and disorder.


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A rail company warns it may cancel some south Wales valleys services amid rising crime and disorder.

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Location: Treherbert
Company: Rhondda Valley Branches (Taff Vale Railway)
16/11/2011 David Pesterfield
143607 is on the rear of the 12.47 service awaiting departure from Treherbert on a bright sunny mid February lunch-time. The in use stabling sidings and approach line are to the right. Four units appear to stable overnight, these will be the last three evening arrivals in the town plus the late evening service to Pontypridd which then runs ECS to Treherbert.
Location: Treherbert
Company: Rhondda Valley Branches (Taff Vale Railway)
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The layout at Treherbert station in February 2011.
Top view looks north west and shows the line end run round loop up ahead, overnight stabling siding entrance line on the left, and platform line to the right. (All remarkably weed free.)
The Lower image shows the platform, running line and overnight stabling sidings looking south east back down the valley towards Cardiff .
Location: Treherbert
Company: Rhondda Valley Branches (Taff Vale Railway)
17/02/2011 David Pesterfield