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Report - Brymbo Steel Works 04-2010



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Brymbo Steel Works, Wrexham North Wales is an excellent explore despite it's size you can get some sense of what went on here it truly was epic, all destroyed apart from this tiny piece left in one corner of the site, it lies in a sorry state of decay waiting hopefully to be restored so a least there will be some history that there once stood a magnificent steel works here, there are still lot's of interesting things to be found it already feels like a museum the way the truck and wagon's are laid out and the work shop still has molds all over the place, this is one site that will revisit again and again.
HISTORY in breif.

Founded by John Wilkinson who's first blast furnace was built in 1793 a second was added in 1805 and a third in 1869, as from 1892 no more than two were used and only one from 1912 the steel works lasted until 1990.
Brymbo Steel Works 1850
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