Mines Rescue Service Mural
Mines Rescue Service Mural
Mines Rescue Service Mural
Mines Rescue Service Mural

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The mosaic mural depicts the history of the Mines Rescue Service by illustrating a typically dramatic rescue. The Mine Rescue Station was opened in Station Road, Crumlin in 1910 and closed in 1986. It was the first in the South Wales Coalfield.

Mines Rescue Service Mural




ceramic tiles, glass & stone


H 150 x W 700 cm (E)

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Caerphilly County Borough Council


Caerphilly County Borough Council

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Located at

Main Street, Crymlyn

NP11 4PT

Located at the foot of a flight of steps leading down from Main Street to the unnamed road 30 yards south-east of the junction with Kendon Road (B4251).