Foxhole River Staithes

Foxhole River Staithes

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Another industrial site, the remains of three stone staithes typical of those used to load coal from horse-drawn trams down chutes and into waiting vessels from the 17th century to the early 19th century. These are the only tipping staithes from the industrial revolution period currently known to survive on any Welsh river. Access via the bank of River Tawe.

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