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For over 35 years, the Welsh Railways Research Circle (WRRC) has been bringing together researchers and modellers who are interested not only in the mainline and branch railways of Wales and the Border Counties, but also the tramways, tramroads and the many rail connected industrial locations across the Principality.

Since 1978 the principal purpose of the WRRC has been to provide members with a forum for discussion, facilities to carry out research and to enable contacts to be established with others of similar interests, so going some way to avoid duplication of research effort. To achieve these objectives, the WRRC has a research centre at Rhiwderin, near Newport in South Wales, a regular members' newsletter, a published journal and offers meetings and field excursions.

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With hundreds of members around the country and abroad, there will always be someone available to help with any searches or to advise on the best way to proceed with your research, so joining the Circle can save much time and effort. In addition, there are other facilities and events available to members ... more »


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Latest News

Updated, 3rd June 2018

Llandovery 150 celebrations on Sunday July 1st at the station. More details >> Llandovery station

Updated July 11th 2017

Cambrian Railways Transfers. More details >> Cambrian Railway ONLINE SALES NOW AVAILABLE Paypal Discounted prices for Members via the Members Section.

Updated 24th June 2017

Updated index Private Owner Wagons & tankers Index (mainly pre - 1948) compiled by Joe Greaves.

Updated June 4th 2017

NEW BOOK The Swansea Vale Railway by John Miles, Keri Thomas and Tudor Wakins. For details see Publication Sales. >> The Swansea Vale Railway

Updated, 21st May 2016

Searchable indexes of the first five volumes of the WRRC Journal are available in PDF format on their appropriate pages. WRRC Journal.

WRRC Forum

The WRRC Forum is the place to discuss Welsh Railways follow the link ... »