"We think we're starting to uncover an example of a Roman industrial site that probably did some sort of smelting because there are examples of charcoals and other heavily burnt items," said Project Manager Nigel Page, of Cambria Archaeology. Among the discoveries was a kiln.
The medieval trackway was first discovered in March and is considered the best-preserved track in Wales. Experts attribute the preservation to a peat bog.
For more information, click "go to original article".