Glamorgan Heritage Coast, Wales, UK


Glamorgan is the southernmost of the 13 historical counties of Wales.  Originally more of a fringe county, it was one of the most important areas of Wales during the Industrial Revolution due to its iron smelters and its seaports (principally Cardiff), but above all to the opening of the South Wales Coalfields (the largest in Britain) which covers the northern part of the county.    In this 4K drone video by contributor Wilman, you'll get a good bird's eye view of Gilmorgan's extensive coastline along the Bristol Channel. 

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