A Victorian mansion which celebrates Wales' industrial past will be restored, thanks to a grant of more than £2m from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Insole Court, in the Llandaff area of Cardiff, was built in 1856 by a wealthy coal family.
We sent our Correspondent Richard Morgan to take a look around.
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