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Cloy Halt; Cae Dyah Halt

Primary Reference Number (PRN) : 72340
Trust : Clwyd Powys
Community : Overton
Unitary authority : Wrexham
NGR : SJ39594202
Site Type (preferred type first) : Modern Railway station
Status :

Description :
Cloy Halt - a stop on the Wrexham & Ellesmere railway. It was opened on the 30th June 1932 as Cae Dyah Halt. There was no siding, just a very short platform on the 'Up' side - timber front, back-filled with ash, with barely enough room to carry the standard issue GWR corrugated shelter and the huge sign board 'Cloy Halt'. It closed on 10th September 1962 (Pratt, D, 1999, 125-6).

Sources :
Pratt, D , 1999 , Memories of the Wrexham & Ellesmere railway: A Personal Odyssey. Part 2 , Transactions of the Denbighshire Historical Society : 48 : 95-141

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Compiled date : 14-03-2000


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November 19, 2018, 12:49 am - File produced for Archwilio from CPAT's Regional HER.
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