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Topic: Nantymwyn Lead Mine
Aar0sc

Forum: South Wales   Posted: 15/02/2019 11:20:57   Subject: Nantymwyn Lead Mine
A recent photo, looking down from the engine house. On the slope opposite are some lines, possibly old field walls, which appear on the very first OS map too. Anyone have any ideas beyond mine for wha
Topic: Nantymwyn Lead Mine
Aar0sc

Forum: South Wales   Posted: 08/11/2018 19:14:40   Subject: Nantymwyn Lead Mine
[quote]Cwmbran CC have scanned their journals and placed them online: http://cwmbran-caving-club.dnsd.info/Journals.php [/quote]

Sorry to raise an old thread, but does anyone have a link or
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