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BRYNEGLWYS SLATE MINE

This underground slate quarry lies above the village of Abergynolwyn in mid-Wales.  Active from 1840s for a century, the workings are extensive and can be explored via the CAL access scheme for entry on to underground sites owned by the Welsh Government or NRW. Photos by Stuart France.  
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