The picture here is a map of the supposed route: of which the "history" I have created in the previous post (historical inaccuracies in italics). The black line represents the branch line to Penrhyn, part of which is made up from the original quarry tramway. The blue line shows the original extension (the Aberffraw Railway) to Soar Station, where (Aberffraw Railway-operated) passenger trains reversed and ran to Bodorgan via the LNWR Chester-Holyhead main line. The red line identifies the Henllys Branch, and its later extension to Ty Croes Station by the LNWR, which voided the use of Bodorgan as a junction station; meanwhile Soar Station became a lone outpost of the railway, mainly used as a transfer point onto the LNWR for goods trains owned by Thomas Gwyn's Aberffraw Gabbro Company. Passenger services soon limited to a parliamentary service. The branch to Penhryn didn't survive the Grouping, the length of the branch was too short, the lime quarry closed in the 1880s and limited passengers used it, limited services were implemented on a parliamentary basis, but the line became to expensive to operate economically; the LNWR received an act of parliament to close the route.