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Ref: MUS/127 

MUS/127/1
27 & 28 Victoria-Session 1864
Acts of Parliament (two bound together)
1. ‘For authorising the Aberystwyth and Welsh Coast Railway Company to acquire additional Lands, and to raise further moneys (etc.). 
30 June 1864
2. ‘To enable the Aberystwith and Welsh Coast Railway Company to deviate from some of its authorised Lines; to make certain extensions at Portmadoc Harbour, Aberdovey, and Cerig-y-Penrhyn; and for other purposes.’ 
5 July 1865

MUS/127/2
27 & 28 Vict. Ch. clxxv
Act of Parliament to ‘incorporate a Company for the making of Railways in the Counties of Carmarthen and Cardigan, to be called “The Swansea and Aberystwith Junction Railway”.’ 
14 July 1864

MUS/127/3
28 & 29 Vict. Ch. ccxi
Act of Parliament for ‘conferring further Powers on the Swansea and Aberystwith Junction Railway Company’. 
5 July 1865

MUS/127/4
38 & 39 Vict. Ch. clxxxiv
Act of Parliament for ‘regulating the affairs of the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway Company; and for other purposes’. 
2 August 1875

MUS/127/5
44 & 45 Vict. Ch. ccxi
Act of Parliament to ‘authorise the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway Company to sell their undertaking to the Great Western Railway Company; and for extending the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway to Newcastle Emlyn and for other purposes’. 
22 August 1881

MUS/127/6
32 & 33 Vict. Ch. xci
Act of Parliament for ‘making a Railway from the Great Western (South Wales) Railway near Whitland to Crymmych Arms in the county of Pembroke’. 
12 July 1869

MUS/127/7
40 & 41 Vict. Ch. clxxxv
Act of Parliament to ‘authorise the Whitland and Taf Vale Railway Company to extend their Railway to Cardigan; and for other purposes’. 
2 August 1877

MUS/127/8
44 & 45 Vict. Ch. clxxxv
Act of Parliament to ‘confer further powers on the Whitland and Cardigan Railway Company, and to authorise a diversion of part of their authorised Line; and for other purposes’. 
11 August 1881



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