Deep mining for coal in Wales ends on Friday when Tower Colliery closes.
A few records were broken in Tower
It took redundancy payouts of £8,000 each from 239 miner workers to fight off rival bids for the pit. On a January morning in 1995, they went back as owners, every one of them a shareholder in a new company.
The last coal mine in Wales owned by the miners
The biggest record of all for Tower was when our Member of Parliament Ann Clwyd broke her record for her longest stay in her constituency Cynon Valley a 27-hour sit-in it underground a record that she has never broken.
What should happen to the Tower now that the mine is to close?
Is there potential for tourism, any thoughts?