88A CARDIFF (CANTON)
The shed is on the south side of the main line west of Cardiff General Station. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn left outside Cardiff General Station along the side of Central Square. Turn left again by Wales Empire Pool into Wood Street, and cross the river. Continue along Tudor Street and then Ninian Park Road. Turn left into DeCroche Place (a short cul-de-sac) about 200 yards past the junction of Clare Road. A footbridge leads to the shed from the end of this cul-de-sac. Walking time 10 minutes.

Note.—This shed is closed temporarily pending conversion to a diesel depot. Diesel locomotives are serviced in the adjoining carriage sheds.
88B RADYR
The shed is on the west side of the Taff Vale main line between Llandaff and Radyr Stations. The yard is partially visible from the line.

A cinder path leads to the shed from the south end of Radyr Station, parallel to the main line. Walking time 10 minutes.
88C BARRY
The shed is on the south side of the line, east of Barry Station. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn right outside Barry Station into Broad Street. Turn rirst right under the railway bridge. A cinder path leads from the right-hand side of this road to the shed. Walking time 5 minutes.
88D MERTHYR
The shed is on the east side of the line south of the station. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn right outside the station across the station yard and continue along a short footpath into Tramroad Side North. Continue along this narrow road for about 200 yards and the shed entrance is on the right-hand side. Walking time 10 minutes.

DOWLAIS CAE HARRIS
The shed is on the west side of the line about 150 yards south of Dowlais (Cae Harris) Station. The yard is visible from the line.

Entrance to the shed is effected from the station. Walking time less than 5 minutes.

RHYMNEY
The shed is on the west side of the line at the south end of the station. The yard is visible from the line.

Entrance to the shed is effected from the station platform.
88E ABERCYNON
The shed is on the east side of the line at the north end of the station. The yard is visible from the line.

The shed and station entrances are adjacent. Walking time less than 5 minutes.
88F TREHERBERT
The shed is on the north side of the line east of the station. The yard is visible from the line.

Go straight ahead outside the station and turn first right by the Railway Hotel. Turn left at the end and first right into Cwmsaerbren Street. The shed entrance is at the end of this street. Walking time 5 minutes.

FERNDALE
The shed is on the west side of the line north of the station. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn right outside the station along Taff Street running parallel to the railway. This is a cul-de-sac and a path leads to the shed from a gate at the end. Walking time 5 minutes.
88G LLANTRISANT
The shed is on the north side of the junction of the main and Coed Ely lines west of the station. The yard is partially visible from the line.

Turn left outside the station into the approach road. Continue through the gate at the end into the goods yard and follow the metals until the shed is reached. Walking time 10 minutes.
88H TONDU
The shed is in the fork of the Maesteg and Ogmore Valley lines at the north end of the station. The yard is partially visible from these lines.

A boarded crossing leads from the station to the shed.
88J ABERDARE
The shed is on the north side of the line west of Aberdare H.L. Station. The yard is visible from the line.

From Aberdare High Level Station
Leave the station by the short approach road, and turn left under the bridge. After a few yards turn left into the goods yard at the end of Abernant Road. A path leads through this goods yard to the shed. Walking time 10 minutes.

From Aberdare Low Level Station
Turn right outside the station into Duke Street, and right into Commercial Street passing over a level crossing, and under a railway bridge. Turn left into the goods yard at the end of Abernant Road and a cinder path leads through this goods yard to the shed. Walking time 10 minutes.
88L CARDIFF EAST DOCK
The shed is in the heart of Cardiff Dockland.

Turn right outside Cardiff General Station into Saunders Road, cross St. Mary’s Street and continue into Customhouse Street. Turn right under the railway bridge into Bute Street, and after a short distance left into Herbert Street. After mile, just before a level crossing, and almost opposite the Cambridge Bar, turn right into the Docks. The shed entrance is on the left hand side of this docks road about ¾ mile further on. Walking time 35 minutes.

Board a No. 16 (Pier Head) bus in St. Mary’s Street, and alight at the main entrance to the Docks opposite James Street. Enter the Docks, and proceed in an easterly direction crossing three small swing bridges. The first is over the entrance to Bute West Dock, the second is between Bute East Basin and Bute East Dock and the third is between Bute East Dock and Roath Basin. The shed is on the left—hand side of this road few yards further on.
88M CATHAYS (Diesel depot)
The shed is on the west side of the Llandaff line about ¾ mile north of Cardiff Queen Street Station. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn right outside Cardiff General Station into Saunders Road. Turn left into St. Mary’s Street and continue into High Street. Turn right into Duke Street and left almost immediately into Kingsway. Continue into North Road and turn right into Corbett Road. The shed entrance is on the left-hand side just before the railway under—bridge. Walking time 25 minutes.

Note.-Steam locomotives visiting Caerphilly Works use this shed