Trevor Rowson, the official historian
of Nantyglo-Blaina, Wales,
sent the following photographs taken at an exhibition featuring Nanty
Glo, Pennsylvania, at the Nantyglo and Blaina, Wales, heritage museum
in March. The exhibit consisted of photographs, articles, and momentoes
of Nanty Glo, Pa.
This is the second of two pages of
photos from the exhibition. For the first section, click here.
Mr. Rowson's captions follow each of these photos.
Above: Mr. Steve
Bartlett, Clerk to the Nantyglo and Blaina Town
council. He was a tremendous help in staging the exhibition.
He advocates closer links between our two Nantyglos.
Alan Meyrick and
Dev Powell of the Blaina heritage group
at the heritage museum where the exhibition was held.
Walter Sims of
Blaina studying documents and photographs at the
exhibition. He was one of many people who stated
that Nantyglo PA was a beautiful place to live.
in 1828 and the earliest picture of Coalbrookvale [which is the English
translation of the Welsh Nantyglo]. The river going through the engraving
is the River Ebbw, the original river of coal. This is the cover of
a booklet which I will be sending [for the exhibition of Nantyglo,
Wales, planned in Nanty Glo, Pa].