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About Gazdav

"Pembrokeshire, The Forgotten Coalfield!"

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My Great grandfather was a Pembrokeshire miner. When I was in school I collected fossils and became interested in mining aged 15 and have collected artefacts from the Pembrokeshire Coalfield since then, which is now 23 years and have quite a collection, from early Plateway to Saundersfoot Railway track and stone sleepers. I work for the Lewis family of the late Lord Merthyr on the Hean Castle Estate in Saundersfoot.

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Location Pembrokeshire
Occupation Carpenter with HND in Architectural and Building Conservation.
Joined 01/01/2009
Posts 4 [View Posts]

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