Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway Bridge inspection & assessments
- Project Type: Asset Management, Bridges & Structures
- Client: Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway
- Location: UK, Peak District
- Date: 2021
About this Project
The Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway was built in 1903 to link farming communities with the market town of Welshpool and provide them with an outlet for their produce. Operated at first by the Cambrian Railways, the line was taken over by the Great Western and then British Railways.
Today the ‘Llanfair Train’ sits in the platform at Welshpool Raven Square with the resplendent engine steaming gently at the head of charming balconied carriages which promise the traveller a wonderful ride along a country by-way. The train negotiates a viaduct and river bridge, climbs the notoriously steep Golfa Bank and steams serenely through beautiful countryside.
Roles and Responsibility
ECSL were responsible for scoping the inspection for assessment activities and undertaking the assessment of bridge structures, prioritising asset management activities and designing repairs.
- Structural Inspection
- Structural Assessment
- Asset Management Prioritisation