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Thursday, 9 February 2012

Ceredigion Metal Mine Brought Back To Life





Reconstructed view showing the mine in the nineteenth century.
NPRN 33908, DI2012_0017 Crown Copyright RCAHMW

The industrial remains of the late nineteenth century metal mine of Ystrad Einion, have been brought back to life in the latest animation by the Royal Commission. Ystrad Einion lead-silver, zinc and copper mine is one of the most northerly mines in Ceredigion, situated in the heart of Cwm Einion (Artists Valley). The animation with voiceover, reconstructing the history and process of this mine was funded through Ceredigion County Council's PLWM project and was researched by the Royal Commission and the Welsh Mines Preservation Trust. It was produced by ay-pe Ltd.


You can view the animation here: Ystrad Einion

The mine today.
NPRN 33908, DS2011_075_002 Crown Copyright RCAHMW

Ystrad Einion, Coflein:
Coflein - Discovering Our Past Online
Coflein is the online database for the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW), the national collection of information about the historic environment of Wales


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