Gareth Davies has taken a series of photos celebrating Blaenavon's industrial heritage. The ironworks date back to 1789.
The first purpose built multi-furnace ironworks in Wales,
they were right at the cutting edge of technology.
These workers' cottages were used as the setting for the BBC Wales TV series Coal House.
Sunk in 1860, Big Pit ceased production after
120 years and was reborn as a museum in 1983.
Blaenavon Workmen's Hall is still an important local venue. Thanks to Gareth Davies for these photos.
Ponies at Keepers Pond - photo by Paul Purchase.
Blaenavon Ironworks in the snow - photo by Fiona Ford.
A preserved railway covers three-quarters of a mile between Furnace Sidings and the Whistle Inn.
A former school has been converted into the Blaenavon World Heritage Centre. Photo courtesy of Torfaen Council.
Big Pit at sunset - photo by David Watkins.