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Proposed Passenger Line. !

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Proposed Passenger Line. I ———— MYNYDD M AWR COMPANY BROACH THE QUESTION. I At the general meeting of the proprietors of the Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Co. on Monday, Mr. D. Kydd presiding, Mr. T. Ar- nold asked whether it would not be worth while: commencing a passenger service on t'he Mynydd Mawr line. He thought it would be I an advantage to the shareholders and the dis- trict generally. The Chairman explained that the directors were considering the matter. There was, of course, the initial trouble of seeing about the capital to be considered, as well as that of getting passengers. He really thought, con- sidering the developments along the Mynydd Mawr line, that. the time was fast coming when it would give a good financial return I to get a passenger service on the line, and lie did not. think it. would be lost sight of. Mr. Arnold said they might also consider the question, of running motor trains, as was done between Llantrisant and Pontypridd. Motor trains had the advantage of not re- quising stations. The Chairman: That is a matter of detail. Mr. Arnold said that one company had en- quired of him whether it was possible to get I their workmen conveyed by their Mynydd Mawr train to their colliery. Mr. John Davies: We are prepared to do that, provided we are allowed to deal with I their mineral traffic. Mr. Gower Bevan said capitalists would be more disposed to invest their money in pite in the district if they could get railway faci- lities to the district. The Chairman said every mineral company ran workmen's trains. I Mr. Bevan: Ah! yes, workmen's trains, but I am thinking of passenger trains. There are some speculative people, who, if they could go and visit, a district every day, would in- vest their money in collieries in that district, and would not do so' otherwise. The Chairman said the directors were con sidering the matter from every standpoint,

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