Gauge: 4ft (1.2m)
|Museum Number||Railway||Object Type||Description||Image|
|TYWRM:WQ001||Steetley Lime and Basic Company||works plate||Builders plate from Bagnall 2466 of 1932 'Whitehaven No.1'|
The Steetley Lime and Basic Company’s Whitehaven Quarry was at Porthywaen on the Llanclys Junction to Llanrhiadr Mochnant and Langynog line near Oswestry. Whitehaven Quarries and Porthywaen Limeworks had a 4’0″ gauge system serving the quarries on two levels, connected by a rope-worked incline. The lower level worked a crushing plant connected to kilns by an aerial ropeway. Rail traffic ceased in May 1951.