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Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch - The Britannic Coal Mine - the last colliery
in Gilfach Goch being dismantled - photograph taken by the late Ivor
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, Evanstown, Old Britannic Colliery as used
in the film 'How Green was my Valley'
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, Trane and Llewellyn (Britannic) Collieries
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, Trane Colliery Ambulance and Nurse in 1910
Photos of Gilfach Goch in Glamorgan / Sir Morgannwg,
South Wales, United Kingdom of Great Britain.
Photos of Gilfach Goch in Glamorgan, Wales
Coal Mining in Gilfach.
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, The Britannic Winding Gear being knocked
down - photograph taken by the late Ivor Lawrence
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, How it looks now - post coal mining era
The images of Gilfach Goch on this page are kindly shared with
us from the collection of
Mr. Wyndham Jones - a keen local historian and ex Coal Miner. Wyndham would like
to extend this credit to his contributors and friends - like Alison Morgan of
Sydney - for enhancing his collection.
for the places where your ancestors spent their lives can be interesting and rewarding, and I hope you will return time and time again to
this website, which is constantly being added to and updated. If you have any high resolution old photos of your cities, towns, villages,
hamlets or family, and would like to share them with us please
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Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, View possibly circa 1900 with no colliery
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, The Trane Colliery before the Britannic
Colliery was sunk c.1900
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, Britannic and Trane Collieries from the
Glamorgan, Gilfach Goch, The Britannic Colliery