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Originally a market town, Bargoed grew into a substantial town following the opening of a colliery in 1903.
The town was home to a factory built by the Austin Motor Company from 1949.
This was a project by Austin chairman Leonard Lord, with government funding, to employ miners suffering from pneumoconiosis, a lung disease caused by prolonged inhalation of dust.
Ex-miners could work at Bargoed under full-time medical supervision and with medical facilities on-site at the factory.
The factory work was understandably light, with the main product being the J40 childrens' pedal car.
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Production of the J40 pedal cars ended in 1971 but the factory's other work kept it open.