Rhydyfelin

Rhydyfelin (r̥ɨdəˈvɛlɪn, Mill Ford) is a large village and part of the community of Pontypridd, a town about two miles to its north west, in the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf. It is on the eastern bank of the River Taff close to the A470, and historically was in the parish of Eglwysilan. Rhydyfelin grew from a rural hamlet to a thrivin...
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Rhydyfelin

[High Level] Rhydyfelin (High Level) Halt railway station once served the village of Rhydyfelin in South Wales. ==History== The station opened in 1904 on the Pontypridd, Caerphilly and Newport Railway to cater to the new railmotor service on the line. As opened, it consisted of a single ground-level wooden platform made of old sleepers and ...
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