Tremorfa / Pengam Streets

Avonmuir Road

Built just after WWII.  Streets named after Scottish rivers and the suffix Muir which means either Moor or Sea and Avon itself meaning River.  There are a few rivers called the Avon in the UK but this street name probably refers to the Avon in Falkirk at a guess. The river is 31km long, has its source near Cumbernauld and flows into the Firth of Forth near Grangemouth.

Bottom right: The Avon in Falkirk (picture credit: Kris on Geograph)