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1793 The Trevil Rail Road was constructed to carry limestone from the Trefil quarries to the ironworks at Beaufort and Ebbw Vale.
The quarries continued to supply the Ebbw Vale works throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
1908 the rail road was converted into a narrow-gauge railway.