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97304, 97302, 6W70, Cilcewydd

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97304 “John Tiley” and 97302 pass a flooded Cilcewydd with the heavily-delayed 6W70 Bescot to Talerddig ballast train. With ERTMS being dead due to the wet weather, it's surprising it still managed to run.

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