Powys: Diwrnod Ym Mywyd

1891

In English

Hafan

Addysg

Amodau Cymdeithasol

Bywyd yn y Cartref

Cyfraith a Threfu

Cymuned

Diwylliant

Gofal Iechyd

Gwaith

Powys: Y Pryd Hynny a Nawr

Trafnidiaeth


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Injan dynnu o'r 'Illustrated London News'
Injan dynnu o'r
'Illustrated London News'

Cymuned

Mr Read o Burghill

Lluniodd Syrfëwr Ffyrdd Sir Faesyfed, J L Wishlade, ei adroddiad i gyfarfod y Cyngor ar Dachwedd 6ed 1891. Mae'n ymddangos bod rhai problemau wedi'i achosi i un o bontydd y Sir gan ddefnydd annoeth o injan dynnu.

"The one Parapet Wall of a small arch near Walton has been damaged by a traction Engine belonging to Mr Reed of Burghill being driven against it. I find it will be necessary to take it down and rebuild same the Cost will be about £3. I wrote Mr Read on 1st Sept calling attention to the matter but have received no reply. I also believe that the men in charge of the Engine removed some coping stones of new Wall by Ditcheld Bridge for the purpose of passing hose into Brook to supply water to Engine which I may further add was for sometime employed in hauling material from Gore Quarry for repairing roads in adjoining County and that it was a source of danger and annoyance to the Public. Some portions of the roads in this part of the County are not very wide which makes it very awkward for people riding or driving. The roads are damaged a good deal I should be glad to have instructions respecting it."

Adroddiad y syrfëwr o Gofnodion y Cyngor
Adroddiad y syrfëwr o Gofnodion y Cyngor

Yn ei adroddiad yn y cyfarfod nesaf ar 22ain Ionawr 1892, mae Wishlade dim ond yn dweud:

"The parapet wall of arch which was damaged by traction engine (referred to in my last report) has been taken down and rebuilt."


Cyngor Sir Faesyfed

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