Prospect Tower - Bats and a copper bottomed story.
Updated: Nov 30, 2020
Robert Morris moved from Shropshire to Swansea, in 1724, to work as the manager of Llangyfelach Copper Works. When the proprietor of the factory was made bankrupt two years later, Morris took over the works and expanded it. An abundance of coal to fuel the factories and a safe harbour made Swansea a boom town.