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Abertysswg Abertysswg () is a village in the county borough of Caerphilly, Wales, within the historic boundaries of Monmouthshire.
Abertysswg Situated in the South Wales Valleys, Abertysswg is a small village located to the east of Pontlottyn and south-east of Rhymney. The nearest major town is Merthyr Tydfil. The Rhymney River lies just west of the village.
Abertysswg The village is within the South Wales Coalfield and used to have a pit at the end of Westville, although the mine closed in 1969. Most of the village's industry is now small scale retail. Abertysswg has a village shop, Post Office, takeaway and has two clubs.
Abertysswg Abertysswg is overlooked to the south by an Iron Age hill fort on the top of Twyn Cornicyll above Coed Cefn Rhychdir. The village came into being in 1895-1900 through industrialisation brought by the development of Abertysswg Colliery, the first shaft of which was sunk in 1897.
Abertysswg The village has had some renovation work completed on it in the new millennium. A new park/recreation area has been built, and a brand new community centre stands at the top of the village.
Abertysswg railway station Opened by the Brecon and Merthyr Tydfil Railway it became part of the Great Western Railway during the Grouping of 1923. It was then closed seven years later after the track was severed by a major landslip south of the station and was considered uneconomic to restore.
Abertysswg railway station Abertysswg railway station was a station which served Abertysswg, in the Welsh county of Glamorgan. It was served by trains on the line from Pengam Mon to Rhymney Lower.
Abertysswg railway station "Below Abertysswg coal production had been taking place ... but the restlessness of the steep hillside towering above, the Moving Mountain, brought great unease to those within its vicinity. The mountain had moved five times since 1903 sending thousands of tons of rock to the valley floor below but it was in April 1930 that the greatest damage was done. It was then, on the twelfth of the month, that a vast avalanche of rock fell from the face of the mountain, overwhelming and ruining the offices and buildings of the New Tredegar Colliery. A further avalanche followed smashing the main road from Abertysswg to New Tredegar and demolishing the railway line thereby completely cutting off communication from Abertysswg to Bedwellty. The colliery was never used again and the road and railway never reconstructed despite many appeals for a road link to be re-opened."
Abertysswg railway station The station would now be located just below the junction of Station Road and Westville.
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney (UK Parliament constituency) 1997-2010: The County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil, and the Caerphilly County Borough wards of Abertysswg, Darren Valley, Moriah, New Tredegar, Pontlottyn, Tir-Phil, and Twyn Carno.