Eagle Foundry, Tuttle Street, Wrexham. Messrs. Cudworth and Johnson, Engineers and Millwrights, Iron and Brass Founders. The large amount of machinery used in the various industries carried on in and around Wrexham, rendered engineering an [more]
Gresford Colliery, the last piece standing. Gresford Colliery closed on economic grounds in November 1973. In the 1980s the site was redeveloped as an industrial estate. In 1982 a memorial to the victims of the [more]
Under the winding gear at Bersham Colliery 2015 Pictures taken 26th April 2015 by Graham Lloyd Song: Do it the safety way by Max Bygraves and the Grimthorpe Colliery Band.
Rubery, Owen & Company In the 1930s the Steel Equipment Department at the Darlaston factory under the management of Mr. W. Reeves, and Mr. W. Gwinnett (who later became Managing Director of Rubery Owen & [more]
The Llay Main Colliery was one of the largest and the most modern colliery in the North Wales coalfield. Sinking had begun in December 1914 and completed in the summer of 1916. It employed 2,600 [more]
Britain’s Original Lager Brewery – Wrexham Lager. Wrexham. Nestling in misty mineral-rich hills and soft, rolling countryside. The industrial capital of North Wales built around agriculture and mining. And brewing. Home of Wrexham Lager – [more]