- Swansea Improvements and Tramway Company
It also had the right to run services over the railway system owned by the
Swansea and Mumbles Railway(SMR). In 1877, the SITC commenced services that competed with those already provided by the railway owners. In 1896 an agreement was reached between the SMR and the SITC: SITC ceased services on the SMR line and received compensation.
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