Cefn Trevor Bach
|Production and Employment|
|Owners||Short & Co. 1869–1871|
|Remains||Possible manganese mining remains of back-filled or run-in workings and blue stone waste at SH62453582 and SH62603593, all overgrown by brambles. Three levels, probably unrelated to manganese, just above river level. The southernmost level is about 5 m long and was probably just a trial as there has been no development. This is probably the case with the other two levels as there are no significant tips associated with them. (March 2004)|
Manganese and copper mine [GAT SMR: 20663].
Down gives a location of SH627365 for Cefn Trevor Bach [1980: 63], however, there is nothing visible on the ground at this location. (Neither this location or the location shown at the top of the page agree with that shown on Down’s [1980: 27] map of the Harlech Dome area which indicates something near SH624370.) The place name Cefn Trevor Bach has not been identified, however, there is a farm Cefn Trefor Fawr at SH62043614.