Ynysfach Engine House

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The Ynysfach Engine House was built in 1836 for the adjacent Ynysfach Ironworks.  They were owned by the Crawshay family - who also owned the world famous Cyfarthfa Ironworks.

The Ynysfach works closed in closed in 1874 and consequently the Engine House fell into disuse. It was restored in 1989 and re-opened as a heritage centre.  It's currently open to the public and offers you an introduction to the Merthyr Tydfil heritage story, with a view of some of the internal engine house workings downstairs.

 

If you haven't visited the Engine House before, take the opportunity now!

 

You can keep up to date with developments at Ynysfach Engine House by visiting www.cyfarthfa.com

Ynysfach Engine House

Ynysfach Engine House

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