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In pictures: Trevithick Trail

Trevithick Tunnel

The Trevithick Trail in Merthyr which follows the route of Richard Trevithick's first steam locomtive from Penydarren to Abercynon. The Trevithick Tunnel in Pentrebach is the oldest railway tunnel in the world - Photo courtesy of Jay Williams.

Pentrebach sculpture

This sculpture in Pentrebach was created by artist Nigel Talbot and pupils from Greenfields School. It contains an iron wheel found on the trail dating from the time of Trevithick - Photo courtesy of Jay Williams.

Mosaic mural

A mosaic mural at the entrance to the Trevithick Tunnel - Photo courtesy of Jay Williams.

Path marker

A route marker commemorates the Penydarren locomotive - Photo courtesy of Jay Williams.

Viewing platform

A viewing platform and relief plaque on the Merthyr Vale section of the trail - Photo courtesy of Jay Williams.

Otter sculpture

One of the stone sculpture way markers found on the trail - Photo courtesy of Jay Williams.




SEE ALSO
Treading the tracks of Trevithick
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