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Newbridge Foundry

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1814 The Tappendens, owners of Abernant Iron Co, established a new rolling mill at Newbridge (now Pontypridd) to make bar and plate iron and possibly had other sites there; this may have been a site belonging to the Crawshays at Ynysangharad for making nails.

A horizontal two cylinder winding engine at Penrhiw Colliery, Pontypridd, was considered to have possibly been made by Newbridge Foundry, Pontpridd [1]


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Sources of Information

  1. 'Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain, Volume 4' by George Watkins.
  • Morgannwg, Vol. 40 1996 The Tappendens and the Abernant Iron Company, 1801-1815 [1]