|Rock Type||Quarried Sandstone|
|Approach Time||2 minutes|
|Sub Area||Sandstone Central Valleys|
|WGS-84 Location||51.65793, -3.330898|
|OS Grid Ref.||ST 080 962|
|WGS-84 Parking Location||51.658007, -3.3302864|
|GR Parking Location||308077, 196307|
|Parking Postcode||CF46 5PG|
|Base Elevation||203 metres (SRTM Estimation)|
|Faces Direction||North East|
|Seepage||Needs a short dry spell|
|Crags Within 5.0 km.|
Abercynon High Buttress, Cefnpennar, Mount Pleasant, Mount Pleasant (X2), Mountain Ash, Mountain Ash Natural Buttress, Mountain Ash West, Navigation Quarry - Cilfynydd, Penrhiwceiber Quarry, The Gap, Upper Mountain Ash, Ynysboeth, Ynysybwl Lady Windsor Quarry, Ynysybwl Quarry, Ynysybwl Upper Quarry
A large and easily accessible east-facing crag.
The climbs are generally on vertical faces with long reaches between small sharp flat holds.
Slightly midgy (but not all that bad until dusk).
The routes on the left hand wall of the Lower Quarry stay dry nearly all year round, which is handy, if you can handle the sub-zero winter temperatures that is. If top roping wear out your own quickdraws not the belays.
Take the A470 to the large roundabout after Abercynon and take the Ystrad Mynach exit. Turn left at the next roundabout (signposted to Treharris) and follow this for 1 mile to a narrow left turning over a bridge immediately before a pelican crossing. Follow this road steeply uphill, and over a railway bridge, then take the first right. Follow this road until the crag becomes visible up on the left. Turn left underneath the larger lower quarry. Park here for the lower crag.
Be warned that there have been car break-ins and thefts from here. The Upper Quarry and Natural Edge to its left are best reached by turning up the track leading out from the gravelled car park of the lower quarry. The best way to reach the quarries from each other is to walk along the top of hill on which the crags are situated.
If on the train, stop at Abercynon. If stopping at Abercynon South walk 100m up the track to Abercynon North. Turn left on exiting the station, and left again under a bridge where there is a T-junction. Turn left, and walk up to the first proper right hand turning into an estate. Walk up this road until it is possible to take a left hand turn up a bumpy track past a farm/garage. Walk up this road for ½ mile to a left hand fork just before a bridge over a dual carriageway. Take the left-hand fork, and walk down this to the crag (½ mile). The approach time is about 30 minutes.
The left wall is a popular spot and is plumb vertical on good rock and almost permanently dry.
- As it Was - VS, 4b
Old school as it was complete with gate hinges, scrap iron and scaffold pipe Lower off, climb the first short wall on the left. 8m.
- Jack's Crack - Fr. 4
The bolted wide crack a few feet to the right. Clipping the gate hinge on the trad route forbidden.
- Kabuto Mushi - Fr. 6a+
The small wall to the right. 9m.
- Duster - Fr. 5
Another crack by the tree.
- Yikes - Fr. 6b+
Short and fingery. 9m.
- Muster - Fr. 6a
Crack right under tree.
- So Uncool - Fr. 6c *
Right of a sharp little arête is a wall bisected by a diagonal ramp. Fingery and cruxy with poorly positioned bolts. 12m.
- Just Hanging Around - E1, 5b *
The excellent trad crack in the centre of the wall. Use the BB of So Uncool. 12m.
- Bluster - Fr. 6b *
The first of two fingery and ever-dry climbs with a shared lower off. 14m.
- Fluster - Fr. 6b *
Bluster's sister route. Shared lower off. 14m.
- Marlin On The Wall - Fr. 6a+ *
A much better than first appearances suggest. From the banking follow the BRs past an industrial strength poker. 14m.
- Don't Blame Me Fr. 6b
To the right of Marlin. Climb direct on edges and incuts to a mallion lower off. Rebolted june 2018. 14m.
- Sumo No Shiro - Fr. 6b+
The dirty looking wall is not without interest. . Climb up to the green cave at 9m and pass the lip with some trepidation, before bombing up the wall to a BB.Rebolted june 2018. 15m.
The left hand side of the main wall has received a highly productive Roy Thomas face-lift. The first three routes are centred around the big cave.
- Canine League - Fr. 6a+
Climb the wall just right of the large corner to a big ledge. Continue directly to an exciting flake and finish directly over the roof, using a handy borehole. 17m.
- Sleeping Dogs Lie - Fr. 6b+ *
Follow the huge handrail out to the lip of the first roof. Amble up the dirty wall to the right hand end of the roof. Swing round the roof to a shelf. 18m.
- Don't Bark Yet - Fr. 7a
The new line right of Sleeping Dogs Lie. Hard move pulling out of the cave onto the head wall. Rebolted 2018. 18m.
- Smack My Bitch Up - Fr. 6b+
Start at the 3 bolts in the right wall of the cave finish on shared belay. Rebolted 2018. 17m.
- Generation Bitch - Fr. 6b
Start as for Generation Gap at the 2nd bolt pass the bulge and headwall as for the top part of Smack My Bitch Up to the shared lower off. 17m.
- Generation Gap - Fr. 5+
Mostly supersceeded by retro-bolted variants. 17m.
- Mr. Farady - Fr. 6a
The original line now fully bolted takes the jammimng crack then the groove above.The easiest warm up is to combine the first part of Generation Gap then step right into the groove at Fr.5. 17m
- Poker In The Eye - Fr. 6a+ **
There is a series of stepped roofs, with someone’s GCSE metalwork project (they failed!) hammered into it just to the right of the start of Mr. Farady. Climb directly through the overlaps and follow renewed BRs(2021) up to a BB. 17m.
- Grout Expectations - Fr. 6a
The gymnastic roof and groove right again. 17m.
- Shackles Of Love - Fr. 6a
A similar line to the right. 17m.
- Fill That Gap - Fr. 6b *
Formerly occupied by the" Frightening Looking Flake". The namesake flake is no longer with us 2020. Step off the pedestal, plenty of bolts but a trying move to reach the "fang". Jamming ability may prove handy. 18m.
- Ring Of Confidence - Fr. 6b *
Formerly a poorly protected frightener, now a good route which is tough for the grade. The flake down to the right of the chimney is followed to a ledge. Interest is maintained on the upper slab.18m.
- Get Flossed - Fr. 7a+
Desperate start leads to easier climbing, finish up Ring of Confidence. 17m.
Many of the harder routes from Loctite to Pleasant Valley Sunday have lost holds in the past few years creating slightly harder propositions than in the past. The grades are being reassessed and hopefully a consensus will be reached after a few more ascents.
- Loctite - Fr. 7b / 7b+ *
Right of Get Flossed wall is a blank-looking wall with a pillar above. Make a very difficult pull up on micro edges to eventually gain the ledge and follow the tower above, BB. The hardest technical move at the Gap. 17m.
- Land Of The Dinosaurs - Fr. 6b**
A popular classic, jam up the fine looking obvious crack to a chain at 15m.It's possible to continue slightly left from the BB to finish up 'Loctite' at Fr.6c. 17m.
- A Momentary Lapse Of Reason - Fr. 7b+/7c *
Climb the slim wall right of Land Of The Dinosaurs, sustained and fingery, to a (missing spike) ledge and rest. Move up to the roof, and make an awkward move on big slopers to a staple above the roof. Used to avoid the roof by going round to the left and really needs a proper finish and belay.
(Enter Sandman - Fr.7c+) From the resting ledge above all the difficulties on A Momentary Lapse of Reason, clip the final bolt over the roof (the de-facto lower-off for A Momentary Lapse of Reason). From here, take your choice from the selection of tiny edges to rock-over on to a heel hook, eventually standing up and reaching a "thank god" finishing jug (jump-off on to the last bolt to avoid using the highly suspect lower-off). 20m.
- Rattle Those Tusks - Fr. 6b **
Formerly a neglected trad route,now a popular classic. The second big crack and roof. Probably the best Fr.6's at 'The Gap'. The tusk sadly met its demise in late 1994. 18m.
- Mad At The Sun - Fr. 7c / 7c+ **
Climb the corner right of Rattle Those Tusks to a small roof. From here, make a very intricate sequence of moves out left to a good two finger hold (crux). Move up and left to a slot, then follow the much easier upper wall to a rest below the roof. More hard moves through the roof lead to the BB. 20m.
- Leave It To Me Fr. 6c
A new route in between Mad at the Sun & Salmon Running, Bear Cunning. Once a `Big gun show start' (until a lower bolt added), there is fine climbing above to be had using the corner, crack and adjacent left wall. Don't stray onto the right face until the head wall is reached. 14m.
- Salmon Running, Bear Cunning - Fr. 7a *
Right side of the arête, to a staple lower off. 18m.
- John West - Fr. 7b
Follow Salmon Running, Bear Cunning past its new BB to the top (rusty looking) chain via a very fingery move. 20m.
- Anything You Can Do - Fr. 7b *
To the right of the arête a line of BRs goes up past some shot holes, with some seepage generally present in the first 6m. The move through the thin roof at 11m is hard as is the headwall. Land up on a ledge and either walk over to the BR on Salmon Running or do the direct finish. 15m.
- I Can Do Better - Fr. 7b *
A more logical, but quite nasty direct finish to Anything You Can Do. Feels insecure although is reasonable for the grade (6a). Touch the top of the crag. 20m.
- Encore! Magnifique! - Fr. 7b/7b+ ***
An excellent route with reasonable holds throughout, in fact, contrary to the majority of the routes hereabouts, it may have become a little easier with the recent increase of traffic. Climb straight up to the left-hand side of a strip roof at 5m, hand traverse to its right-hand end and make a strenuous lock to gain better holds and a shot hole. From good jugs at the 3rd staple, make tricky moves left or right, then tackle the undercut flake to pockets, edges and the top. Drop back down onto the belay from the top. 21m.
- Pleasant Valley Sunday - Fr. 7b **
Climb the wall left of the obvious arête at the right-hand side of the main wall. If lanky, make a big stretch from the square pockets to big jugs. If normal make a tricky cross through out left to a short groove, this is entered and exited with extreme difficulty. Continue directly to the lower off chain. 18m.
- One Track Mind - Fr. 7a *
The impressive right-hand arête of the main wall climbed on its right.New bolts and lower off 2020. 18m.
- Traverse - E3,6a
For people who have done everything. Start up Ring Of Confidence, then hand traverse the ledge clipping various bits of in situ gear. Continue in the same line into Land Of the Dinosaurs, then move right onto an incut edge on A Momentary Lapse of Reason, which is followed to the iron spike and big sloper. Step right and down to the TR on Rattle Those Tusks, then move across and up the easy section of Mad At The Sun. Pull worryingly up onto the ledge at the top of the Salmon Running, Bear Cunning arête, clip the BR above, then walk across (with serious rope drag) to the finish of I Can Do Better, BB. 35m
Right Hand Walls
- Greased Balls - Fr. 6c *
The stapled wall between the arête and corner is excellent. Avoid the temptation of following Rain and Tears above half height, it could get messy. 18m.
- Rain And Tears - E1, 5b
The rarely done corner groove and crack, PR. 18m.
- Full Bag - 6b
Bolted 2021,a good route but only 4 recorded ascents in it's trad form. Start up the groove right of the corner and head for the crack. PR, BB. 18m.
- Controlled Emission - Fr. 6c **
A puzzling start, scene of an impressive rockfall over the 2010/2011 winter. Start right of the last groove at a faint upside down scoop taken by a line of staples. Follow this (crux) up and right to a ledge and finish up the fingery wall above to a BB out right. 18m.
- Sperm Wail - Fr. 7b*
Recently retro-bolted lots more bolts added September, 2021. 18m.
- Scrotum Oil - Fr. 6c **
Good. Follow the right hand arête of the rectangular wall to a rest at the ledge, then follow the faint scoop to a BB at the top. 18m.
- Naked Truth - Fr 5c/6a
The crack to the right feels wobbly to start then good jamming.Bolted as not much interest in it's trad mode,you can always avoid clipping them should you wish.18m.
- Barefaced Cheek Fr 6a+
Crumble up to the right of the crack Naked Truth. Theft of rope prevented a full valet so knock yourself out.
- Has the Fat Lady Sung? - Fr. 6b+/6c*
The short wall leads to a ledge and shallow cave,pull out of this and proceed carefully up the wall. Now regeared 2021, a stiff proposition at the grade. 19m.
- Pick Up The Pieces - Fr. 6a+*
The wall and diagonal flake to the right. Rebolted September, 2021. 18m.
Scoundrels Cave Area
The last area to be developed at The Gap.
- Retro Butt In - Fr. 5+
Start left of the obvious cave, gain and climb just R of the corner until it is possible to step out right to a crack and chain belay.
- Butt Hole Left Deviant - Fr. 6b
As for Butt Hole Scounderels then follow Retro Butt In.
- Butt Hole Scoundrels - Fr. 6b+
Head for the grubby hole left of the white paint splodges. Crank through the roofs to join the arêtete of Perfect Scoundrels.
- Perfect Scoundrels - Fr. 6c
Start in the back of the cave and follow greasy jugs out to the lip. Pull up onto a flat ledge, TR, and follow the left-hand side of the arêtete to a BB. 15m.
- Butt Out - Fr. 6a
Start on the right side of the cave, climb to gravel then step left. Move up back R onto grassy ledge then up the head wall. 15m.
- Per Rectum - Fr. 4+
Left arête of the pillar on the right hand side of cave. Through bolts added September, 2021. 7m.
- Stool Sample - Fr. 5c
Stapled pillar right of the cave. Start from the right then up to shared belay with previous. 7m.
- As It Is - Fr. 5+
A short tricky route up the right side of arêtete. 6m.
- Turd Strangler - Fr. 6c
Formerly the last but one route in the lower quarry. New belay added June 2018. 8m.
- Dai Horrea - Fr. 6b*
Now the last route but one,some good moves. 7m.
- Final Analysis - Fr. 6b
The final route added in 2018. Pass a large hole to gain ledge move left to join top section of previous.
200m up to the right of the Lower Quarry is a series of natural sandstone buttresses, which become more continuous as the Upper Quarry is reached on the right. The first notable feature is a gully. The first route is situated on the stacked green blocks well to the left of the gully.
- Chapeau Verte - VS, 4c
The centre of the stacked green(feminine hatted) blocks. 8m.
- Blockbuster - HVS, 5a
The centre of the blocks on the left side of the gully, taken more or less centrally. 8m.
- Always A Molehill - HVS, 5b
The left arête of the right side wall of the gully, climbed on the right throughout. PR near the top. 6m.
- Once A Molehill - HVS, 5a
The wall round to the right between two wide cracks. 8m
- Personal Stash - E3, 6a *
Left arête of the front face of the wall up a crack, then climb the arête direct(large Friend at top). 9m
- Luddites - E3, 5c *
The left-hand set of drilled PRs on the front face of the rectangular buttress. 9m
- Livin' On A Prayer - E6, 6c*
Up the middle, runners at 4m, serious slopy top out, no mats on first ascent. 9m.
- Trouble At Mill - E3, 6a *
The right-hand set of naughty drilled PRs defines this fingery route. 9m.
- Then There Is A Mountain - E3, 6a
Climb the wall left of the right aréte of buttress to a finger jug at 6m. Make a hard move out to the right arête and finish up it. Unprotected, but with a reasonable landing. Mats hadn't been invented on first ascent. 9m.
- Juggery Pokery - E1, 6a
A poor route over the centre of the roof on the short natural buttress round to the right Any deviation from the centre makes things considerably easier than 6a. A large sling is needed for protection. 5m.
Round to the right is a more continuous wall, which runs into the Upper Quarry. Towards the left side of the wall is a wide crack (Old Dog).
- Thompson Bank Watch - E1, 6a
Scrapes the bottom of the barrel. Climb the narrow wall left of the wide crack without any deviation to either side. Very contrived. 2PRs.6m.
- Old Dog - VS, 4c
The apparent offwidth is taken by a series of satisfying jug pulls. 6m.
- New Tricks - E1, 5b
Gain the arête to the right of Old Dog and follow it to a PR. Move slightly left to finish on good holds (poor Friend). 8m.
- Tall Story - E2, 5b
Start at the left end of the roof to the right, then undercut right the way round it. Poor gear. 12m.
- In Over My Head - E3, 6b *
Spectacular and committing. Start below the centre of the big roof on an uncomfortably tall boulder, PR. Climb past a PR (hard), to a rest on undercuts under the roof. Lean off a flake in the roof and hope that the PR is in good shape. This can be backed up with a Friend ½ and 1. Pull spectacularly up to finish. Throw a rope down the back of the roof to belay from the floor! 11m.
- Mister Natural - E2, 5c
To the right is a pod-like groove. Take this all the way up (harder than it looks) to an easier finish up the slab. 12m.
- Surprise, Surprise - E1, 5c
Immediately right is a blocky crack. Up this, PR, moving slightly left and up to a hidden flake. Move up and step back right to finish up a groove. 11.69m
- Audio Pornography - E3, 5c
Start up the quarried wall to the right, PR. Finish directly up on natural holds (good Friends) to a sloping top out. Belay well back on a large boulder. 9m.
- Sound Blight - E1, 5a
The right edge and juggy steep arête of the wall. Pull out/ lower off ab rope on large block or be heroic and dig the top out yourself. PR, friends, rock 8. 11m.
The Upper Quarry
Although it can be cold when windy there are some good routes that are shorter in height than their bigger cousins in the Lower Gap. Unless described otherwise the routes belay on the boulders set well back.
- Gladwyn Tidings - HS,4a
The offwidth at the extreme left-hand side of the quarry. 8m.
- Newton’s Apple - Fr5 *
Once a very popular route up the slab to the right, bolt hangers stolen but extravagently regeared June 2018 with a L.O. A must for a sport climb first lead. 11m.
- Dirty Gerty - VS,4c *
The obvious rounded crack to the right. 12m.
- Acceleration Due To Gravity - HVS,4c
The thinner crack to the right. 12m.
- It’s A Sine - Fr. 6a+
The bolted slab right again, with a long rockover. Needs a good brush, rusted chain belay. 12m.
- Tangent - E3,5c
The slime infested and vegetated corner to the right. A PR may or may not be in situ. 12m.
- Scared Seal Banter - Fr. 7a+
The wall right of the corner is awkward to on-sight. BB. 14m.
- The Mastic Mick - Fr. 6c
Climb directly up onto the jug above an overlap and left of the central offwidth of the quarry. Make a stiff pull up to a big pocket, then finish quite easily up the headwall. BB. 14m.
- Cled’s Crack HVS,5a
Rubbish climbing on big loose jugs up the central off-width of the quarry. Much easier than it looks. Belay on boulders set well back. 14m.
- The Grout Of San Romano - Fr. 6c **
Sandstone’s first polished route! The wall right of the offwidth has a hard start, with interest well maintained above. 12m.
- Brush Up - HVS,5a
The corner to the right, needs a scrub. 12m
- Step Up - E1,5a
The slab right of the corner, via a thin crack. Large Friend low down and joke PR, needs cleaning. 12m
- Listen To Uncle - Fr. 6b*
The wall L of the arête with a tricky rockover by the jug rail, no deviation into Step Up allowed,shared L.O with arête.
- The Godfather - Fr. 6b *
The right arête of the quarry. Gain the shelf on its right and teeter up. Swing left and finish up the arête, L.O. installed. 12m
- Up Yours - Fr. 5+ **
The arête 3m right again is a superb jug trip,single point L.O. or top out. 11m
- Smoothie - HVS,5c
A trivial problem up the front of the wall to the right. PR. 6
- Slackers - VS 4c
Start in the small cave L of the arête, pull out on jambs to gain the crack passing the stubs of old slackline bolts then top out to obvious huge horizontal flake belay.
- Windy Edge - E1,5b *
Good. The last arête just round to the right from the quarry, PR. Check out the scenic views down and right. 8m
- Mortar Life - Fr.5
The short wall immediately right, bolt hangers stolen but re- installed with L.O.. June 2018. 8m
- Shorter Life - Fr.4+
The short wall passing the twig. Bolt hanger stolen but re-installed June 2018.
- O Solo Mio - HVS,5b
Directly facing Windy Edge on the other side of the gap that gives the crag its name, is a short, square buttress. On the left-hand side of its main face is a thin crack, defining this route. 8m
- Chips With Everything - E1,5c
A double helping up the wall right of O Solo Mio, PR. 8m
- As It Was - R.Thomas 1994
- Jack's Crack - Myles Jordan 2020
- Kabuto Mushi - R.Thomas, E.Travers-Jones, A.Japanese 1993
- Duster - Myles Jordan
- Yikes - M.Crocker, R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 25.03.1990
- Muster - Myles Jordan 2020
- So Uncool - G.Gibson, R.Thomas 06.02.1993
- Just Hanging Around - R.Thomas, G.Royle 1990
- Bluster - R.Thomas 1993
- Fluster - R.Thomas 1993
- Marlin On The Wall - R.Thomas 1993
- Don't Blame Me - Matt Hirst Roy Thomas
- Sumo No Shiro - R.Thomas, E.Travers-Jones, A.Japanese 1993
- Canine League - R.Thomas, S.Coles 22.09.1994
- Sleeping Dogs Lie - R.Thomas 1993
- Don't Bark Yet - matt Hirst R.Thomas
- Smack My Bitch Up - Roy Thomas
- Generation Bitch - Roy Thomas
- Generation Gap - G.Royle, R.Thomas 1993
- Mr. Farady - R.Thomas G.Royle 1993
- Poker In The Eye - R.Thomas 1993
- Grout Expectations - R.Thomas 1993
- Shackles Of Love - R.Thomas 1993
- The Frightening Looking Flake Fill That Gap 6b- R.Thomas 1992/2021
- Ring Of Confidence- R.Thomas 1993
- Get Flossed - G.Gibson 18.06.1994
- Loctite - A.Sharp, P.Lewis 15.07.1989
- Land Of The Dinosaurs - R.Thomas, G.Davies, M.Learoyd 1990
- A Momentary Lapse Of Reason - T.Foster, P.Harding 00.06.1989
- Rattle Those Tusks - R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 1990
- Mad At The Sun - M.Crocker, R.Thomas 08.04.1990
- Salmon Running, Bear Cunning - P.Lewis, A.Sharp 17.06.1990
- John West - E.Travers-Jones 1992
- Anything You Can Do - A.Sharp, P.Lewis 17.04.1990
- I Can Do Better - G.Gibson, R.Thomas 28.06.1992
- Encore! Magnifique! - M.Crocker, R.Thomas 25.03.1990
- Pleasant Valley Sunday - A.Sharp, P.Lewis 18.07.1989
- One Track Mind - A.Sharp, P.Lewis 11.07.1989
- Traverse -
- Greased Balls - R.Thomas 1994
- Rain And Tears - R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 1990
- Full Bag - R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 1990
- Controlled Emission - P.Donnithorne, E.Alsford 1993
- Sperm Wail - M.Crocker, R.Thomas 11.04.1990
- Scrotum Oil - R.Thomas 1994
- Naked Truth - R.Thomas, G.Gibson 12.08.1990
- Has the Fat Lady Sung? - R.Thomas A french lady
- Pick Up The Pieces - R.Thomas 1991
Scounderels' Cave Area
- Retro Butt In - R.Thomas 1992
- Perfect Scoundrels - T.Penning, P.Lewis, A.Sharp 1990
G.Gibson - Direct 18.06.1994
- Butt Out - R.Thomas
- Per Rectum - .Thomas
- Stool Sample - R.Thomas
- As It Is - R.Thomas 1994
- Turd Strangler - Matt Hirst
- Dai Horrea - Roy Thomas
- Final Analysis - Roy Thomas 2018
- Traverse - C.Evans 04.08.1994
- Chapeau Vert - R.Thomas 1992
- Blockbuster - R.Thomas 1992
- Always A Molehill - R.Thomas 1992
- Once A Molehill - R.Thomas 1992
- Personal Stash - D.Meek 1985
- Luddites - M.Learoyd 00.05.1992
- Livin' On A Prayer -
- Trouble At Mill - M.Learoyd 00.05.1992
- Then There Is A Mountain - M.Crocker 04.03.1990
- Juggery Pokery - D.Viggars, P.Donnithorne 06.06.1991
- Thompson Bank Watch - Gwent MC 1995
- Old Dog - R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 1990
- New Tricks - R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 1990
- Tall Story - P.Thomas, T.Hall 1987
- In Over My Head - M.Learoyd, R.Thomas 1990
- Mister Natural - R.Thomas, M.Crocker, M.Learoyd 1990
- Surprise, Surprise - M.Learoyd, R.Thomas 1990
- Audio Pornography - M.Crocker, M.Learoyd 04.03.1990
- Sound Blight -
The Upper Quarry
- Gladwyn Tidings - Gwent MC 1995
- Newton’s Apple - R.Thomas, G.Royle 1990
- Dirty Gerty - G.Royle, J.Bullock etc. 1990
- Acceleration Due To Gravity - G.Royle, J.Bullock, R.Thomas etc. 1990
- It’s A Sine - R.Thomas 05.05.1995
- Tangent - P.Thomas 1988
- Scared Seal Banter - M.Crocker, R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 04.03.1990
- The Mastic Mick - M.Crocker, M.Learoyd 04.03.1990
- Cled’s Crack - P.Thomas, T.Hall 1987
- The Grout Of San Romano - M.Crocker 04.03.1990
- Brush Up - R.Thomas, G.Royle, G.Royle 1990
- Step Up - M.Learoyd, R.Thomas 1990
- Listen to Uncle - R.Thomas 2018
- The Godfather - G.Lewis, H.Griffiths 1990
- Up Yours - R.Thomas, M.Learoyd 1990
- Smoothie - M.Learoyd, J.Bright, G.Royle etc. 1990
- Slackers - R.Thomas 2018
- Windy Edge - M.Learoyd, R.Thomas 1990
- Mortar Life - R.Thomas 1992
- Shorter Life -
- O Solo Mio - M.Learoyd 1990
- Chips With Everything - M.Learoyd 1994