Photo 6x4 Biodiversity Sign & Early Lime & Cement Works East Aberthaw Bui c2009 For Sale
Photo 6x4 Biodiversity Sign & Early Lime & Cement Works East Aberthaw Bui c2009:
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Photograph Notes: Built of local limestone rubble with red brick dressings to the openings and chimney, the works feature a large rectangular block with two kilns in line on the seaward side and the mill behind. Open from 1888 to 1926 bringing in a new scale of working to the lime industry. Aberthaw lime was famous for its hydraulic qualities. It was a 1 to 1 mixture of pozzolana and Aberthaw lime that was instrumental in the construction of the Eddystone lighthouse.
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