Cymdeithas Hanes Brynmawr
History of Town
The history of Brynmawr- by Eifion Lloyd Davies
Then and Now
Old and modern day photographs of a particular location
The Lost Names
Old street and building names that are no longer used
The Market Hall
The history of the Market Hall
Transport - The Town Bypass Road
The building of the A467 town bypass Road in the 1980's, and the recollections of a site project manager
The Swimming Baths
The story of the building 0f Brynmawr baths, the baths in use, and how the site looks today
Views of work on A467 bypass in 1980's
The town and surrounding area in 2014
Older black and white aerial views
Transport - A465 Dualling
Two pages of information on the expansion of the A465 to a dual-carriageway road, work started in late 2014 and is due for completion
in late 2019
Poems - Page One
A poem about growing up in Brynmawr in the 1950/1960's
Photo Gallery 2
Scans of photos kindly donated by Mrs Jill Williams, taken by her late husband Nigel.
H.O.V road landslip at the bottom of Blackrock in Nov 2000.
Blaenavon Road and Hafod Views.
Tramlines by David Jones
Details of the author, and a book about Crawshay Baileys Tramroad
The railways in and around Brynmawr.
The last train from Abergavenny to Merthyr in 1958, with a downloadable booklet and a link to a video of the event.
(Please click on each image to access the relevant page)
Buildings that have been demolished/renovated
Photographs of some of the schools in Brynmawr - this page is still to be completed
The Griffin Hotel
The history of the Griffin Hotel
The history of Tabor Chapel and its renovation in 2017
Photo Gallery 1
Heavy snowfall in the area in 1947 and again in the 1970's/ 1980's.
Also, Brynmawr Carnival.
Transport - Clydach Gorge
The history of Clydach Gorge, and the construction of the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road in the 1960's
Poems - Page Two
A poem by Mark Lewis, whose parents grew up in Brynmawr
Streets & Buildings 1
Market Square and Beaufort Street and some of their Buildings
Streets & Buildings 2
King Street, Alma Street and some of their Buildings