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The Old Station,
Tel: 01291 689 566.
Set in 10 acres of riverside meadow with stunning views. The old Victorian waiting room is home to a multi-award winning tea room. A small museum display…
Lewis Merthyr Colliery,
Coed Cae Road,
Rhondda Cynon Taff,
Tel: 01443 682 036.
Mining museum with ‘Underground Experience’. Trefor winding house contains an 1890 horizontal twin cylinder winding engine. Two steam hammers and two…
Lower House Farm,
The railway is built to 15in. gauge and runs for approximately ¾ mile around Lower House Farm alongside the River Rhiw. Founded in 1970 by Jack Woodroffe,…
The Canal Wharf,
Tel: 01938 554 656.
Illustrates the archaeology and social history of Montgomeryshire from the earliest prehistoric settlers to the 20th century. It’s housed in a renovated…
The Railway Station,
Garn Yr Erw,
Tel: 01495 792 263.
The railway is set in the heart of a World Heritage Site on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. At over 1,300ft above sea level the Whistle Inn Halt is the…
Tel: 01248 353 084.
Set in the extensive stableblock of Penrhyn Castle, the museum houses a fine collection of historic locomotives and model railways including originals…
The Engine House, Parc Tondu,
Tel: 01656 722 315.
The best preserved Victorian Ironworks in Wales. Now developed into a heritage park for those wishing to learn more about the importance of the iron making…
Tel: 01766 771 000.
Restored estate gardens/workshops with 1854 De Winton horizontal stationary steam engine and Cornish boiler. Renovated mill with waterwheel and turbine.…
Tel: 01633 656 656.
The bridge is one of only six operational transporter bridges left world wide from a total of twenty constructed. It opened in 1906 and has dominated the…