|Contributions||Swansea (Wales) City Council.|
|LC Classifications||HT169.G72 S894 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||83138455|
The Lower Swansea Valley is sited to the East of Swansea city centre and runs along the valley floor and valley sides of the River Tawe. It was once an attractive valley but due to the local reserves of coal it started to attract the copper smelting industry in the early 18th century. Whatever the future may bring, Swansea people will continue to go about their daily lives proud and passionate about what they do and where they live. In quiet moments, as they sip a coffee or raise a pint of beer, they will continue to mull over the way things were before the . The devastation caused to the Lower Swansea Valley by the density of industry it housed between the early eighteenth and early twentieth centuries left behind the largest area of industrial dereliction in Europe. The Lower Swansea Valley Project began in the . The lower Swansea valley was at this time one of the most polluted places in Europe. The development of Swansea as an urban metropolis during the 18th and 19th centuries was fuelled by Author: Chris Pyke.
Swansea Salute. To A City. The Barry Railway. Little Miss. Lusitania. Remembering. Rhondda. Neath and Port Talbot Revisited. Swansea The Time. Of Our Lives. Swansea’s Burning. Return Ticket. Forgotten Faces Of Neath Port Talbot. Red, Cream and a Touch Of Gray. Swansea Scenes Rarely Seen. Slices of South Wales. Swansea’s Grand. Rolling Back. Pontardawe Arts Centre, Herbert Street, Pontardawe, Swansea, UK. Add to favorites Tue - Fri , Sat Pontardawe Butchers. That regeneration of the town and the Lower Swansea Valley was some way off in the future when Amis arrived in October, Its town centre had been destroyed during three nights of intensive bombing of and active reconstruction was still a good five years away. The Swansea Valley (Welsh: Cwm Tawe), one of the South Wales Valleys, is the name often given to the valley of the River Tawe area in southern Wales, United reaches southwest and south from the Brecon Beacons National Park down to the city of , administration of the area is divided between the City and County of Swansea, Neath Port Talbot County Borough, and Powys.
The Lower Swansea valley (Welsh: Cwm Tawe Isaf) is the lower half of the valley of the River Tawe in south runs from approximately the level of Clydach down to Swansea docks, where it opens into Swansea Bay and the Bristol relatively small area was a focus of industrial innovation and invention during the Industrial Revolution, leading to a transformation of the landscape. Cu @ Swansea: The future of the lower Swansea Valley’s past Please note, this page has been archived and is no longer being updated. The next in the series of free community lectures organised by the Department of Adult Continuing Education (DACE) at Swansea University takes place at Landore Social Club in Swansea. Current bibliography of urban history - Volume 11 - Diana Dixon, Anthony SutcliffeCited by: 2. FRESH FLOWERS FOR M'LADY. Fresh Flowers for M'Lady is a history of Craig-y-Nos Castle by Tony Hibbert. Tony Hibbert tells the fascinating story of Craig-y-Nos, in the upper Swansea Valley, and its important role in the industrial and cultural history of South .