Scott’s Pit Engine House 2024

The main surviving feature is the engine house, which was restored in the late 70s-80s. In addition there are the foundations of a haystack boiler c.1820 and of a Cornish boiler c.1872, and the engine house was recommissioned but only for pumping and draining the newly-developed Cae Pridd colliery. With the foundations of a stack for furnace ventilation and the site of the 500ft (150m) deep shaft, now capped in concrete. A tramroad ran from Scott's Pit to a shipping place at White Rock.


Operator: Swansea City Council

Address: Gwernllwynchwyth Road Birchgrove Swansea Swansea SA7 9DS

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