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Rhyd-y-car Terrace

By Hurstbourne
These six Ironworker’s houses from Rhyd-y-car Terrace were built in 1795 and then removed from Rhyd-c-car, Merthyr Tidfil in Glamorgan and then rebuilt at St Fagans National History Museum where each house has been painted and furnished as it would have be in 1805, 1855, 1895, 1925, 1955 and 1985.

Tags: Photo journalism General Architecture South wales Landscape and travel St fagans

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14 Jul 2014 9:33AM
A great shot of an interesting place - it would be good to see how life changed over the time period.
St Fagans has changed greatly since I visited with some school pupils in the early 80s!
The NT have created something similar in the Back to Backs in Birmingham.

Richard

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