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Selling power to the world: The Industrial Revolution demanded power, and in 1800 most came from waterwheels and windmills — only 2,000 steam engines existed. The Ironworks began to supply power, and built a high pressure steam engine in 1806, similar to the 1804 Penydarren locomotive. These were followed by condensing beam engines.

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