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Dulais Valley The Dulais Valley, one of the South Wales Valleys, is traversed by the River Dulais in southwest Wales north of the town of Neath.
River Dulais River Dulais () is a river of Wales which has its source at Mynydd y Drum. It joins the River Neath after flowing over Aberdulais Falls.
Dulais Valley Settlements in the valley include Crynant, Seven Sisters, Banwen, and Dyffryn Cellwen, which are served by the A4109 road though the valley.
Dulais Valley The valley is the main location of the 2014 BBC film Pride
Dulais Valley The towns in the valley developed from the coal mining industry.
Dulais Valley Visitor attractions in the valley include the Cefn Coed Colliery Museum.
Seven Sisters, Neath Port Talbot Seven Sisters (: source of the (river) Dulais) is a village in the Dulais Valley, Wales, UK. It lies north-east of Neath. Seven Sisters falls within the Seven Sisters ward of Neath Port Talbot county borough.
Aberdulais The name Aberdulais is from the Welsh for the mouth of the River Dulais.
Pontarddulais A literal English translation of the name Pontarddulais is "Bridge on the Dulais", with Dulais meaning "black stream", probably due to its course through coal measures. The earlier name of Pontaberdulais referred to a dismantled 14th-century road bridge which carried the main highway between Swansea and Carmarthen over the River Loughor (Afon Llwchwr). The bridge was so named because of its position upstream of the mouth ("aber") of the Dulais stream, and not (as many believe) because it spans the Dulais stream. This bridge was also known as "Y Bont Fawr" ("the big bridge"). The village that developed around this bridge took the shortened name of Pontardulais also written (more correctly) as Pontarddulais because of the assumption that the bridge was "over Dulais". The bridge also gave the town its nickname "Y Bont".
Aberdulais Falls The River Dulais rises on Mynydd y Drum in the western Brecon Beacons. It flows down the Dulais Valley, through the villages of Seven Sisters and Crynant, before reaching its confluence with the River Neath after about . Here it flows over a ridge of Pennant sandstone, entering a gorge that was carved by meltwater from a glacier 20,000 years ago. Originally the falls were nearer the sea, but the water has eroded the rock and cut its way back to its present location. The River Dulais is prone to flash floods when heavy rain falls in its catchment area.