tinworks

tin·work

 (tĭn′wûrk′)
n.
1. Articles made of tin or tin plate.
2. tinworks(used with a sing. verb) A place where tin is smelted and rolled.

tinworks

(ˈtɪnˌwɜːks)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) (functioning as singular or plural) a place where tin is mined, smelted, or rolled
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Edgar Lewis, as he was more commonly known, was born in Pontardulais in 1882, the son of a roller man in a local tinworks.
He said: "The chair is made out of yew from the Llandysul area and wool from Pencader and this was important as the aim of the project was to showcase the features of the county, the coastline, the hills and other features like rugby and the tinworks.
Squires is, of course, the Welsh singing star who rose from the Llanelli tinworks during the mid 20th century to become one of the UK's biggest performers, marrying Bond star Roger Moore along the way before losing everything.
71) The government confiscated cabinetmaking shops, locksmith works, turneries, ironworks, and tinworks.
The giant steel water wheel at Aberdulais Tinworks and Waterfall, Neath, which is looked after by the National Trust, had been out of action for several months while it was being refurbished.
There were 36 collieries, eight ironworks, six tinworks, three steelworks, six spelterworks, 12 copperworks, five fuelworks, and 13 other types of works.
I'd played in the ruins of the Caerphilly furnace, and had cousins whose families had worked in both the Machen forges and the Melingriffith tinworks.
It was recorded at the start of the 20th century at Carmarthen tinworks, and at Burry Port in about 1920.
In Swansea, a man in his 20s, Tom Westbury, and a three-year-old, Thomas Lewis, were injured when they were hit on the head by falling bricks, and in Cwmavon, Port Talbot, a girl working at the tinworks was badly injured when a stack of tinplate toppled on to her.
The works include paintings of castles at Neath, Oystermouth, Laugharne and Conway; the waterfall at Melincourt, Neath; a tinworks in the Vale of Neath and Aberdulais Bridge.