A small town of around 10,000 people in South East Wales. Sandwiched between the ex-mining town of Pontypool and shopping haven of Cwmbran.

Griffithstown was once home to a large railway network that shipped Welsh coal and iron to nearby Newport for export.

Today it has two schools, some shops, a museum, a park and many car sales garages.
Griffithstown: named after Henry Griffiths, an ex-station master.
by BJD May 15, 2005

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