A collection of photographs which don't (at the moment) fit on the blog, or for which I haven't enough information about. The selection will increase as time goes on, so please check back.
Above are some photos of Hafod Las slate quarry, above Betws y Coed. It's a fascinating site although best visited in the winter as the undergrowth is beyond a joke.
Here are a couple of shots from the top of the Tuxford Incline. For some reason, the drumhouse is covered in red fungus...
Above: a couple of Mid-Wales mines now, Bryn Tail East mine near the Clywedog Dam- and the remains of wheelpit and crusher house at Cwm Cywarch lead mine near Dinas Mawddwy. (Images open out when you click)
Above: Two shots of the New California processing area at Cefn Coch, near Ganllwyd.
Above: some views of Carreg y Fron Limestone Mine near Bala.
Above: On the left, the floor 9 drumhouse at Diffwys quarry. Right: A drumhouse on the way up to Diffwys, with the Manod tips in the background, mainly from the relatively new "Cwt y Bugail" operation..