Aberdulais Tin Works, Aberdulais
The current overshot waterwheel is the largest hydro-electric wheel in Europe. The site, owned by the National Trust, has had many uses over it's long life. It has previously been a copper works, a fulling mill, and a corn mill, before finally ending as a tin works. Links about the site's history can be found in the sources section. The entire site is designated Scheduled Monument.
|Mill function||Electricity generating mill|
|Country||Wales, United Kingdom|
|NGR||SS 77170 99512|
- Historic Wales Cadw Listed Buildings
- Ordnance Survey six-inch map, Glamorgan XVI (1884)
- The Aberdulais Mills, National Trust
- The Waterwheel at Aberdulais, National Trust
Colin Smith, September 2016
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