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Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall Information
Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall is a preserved former industrial site situated in Aberdulais near Neath in South Wales.
Detailing the site’s 400-year-old history, Aberdulais was latterly a water-powered tin mine and is now owned and maintained by the National Trust. Visitors can explore the many industrial artefacts including the waterwheel which was the largest electricity-generating one in Europe.
The Aberdulais Falls is a spectacular waterfall which can release 160 million litres of water at full power and is the driving force behind the success of Aberdulais’s industrial might over the last centuries.
Open throughout the year for a small admission fee, there is parking, a gift shop and tea room on site, see for more information www.nationaltrust.org.uk
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