Good to see that all this modernisation malarkey doesn't necessarily mean that our history gets scrapped.
This from the Beeb...
Part of London's oldest railway station is set to be rebuilt in Aberystwyth as part of a £10m plan for a narrow gauge railway museum.
London Bridge station, which opened in 1836 and is used by 55 million people, is undergoing a £6bn redevelopment.
Network Rail has saved 16 columns, 14 beams and other elements of the roof.
Good effort NR. And well done Vale of Rheidol Railway for offering a home.