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This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales county borough of
Neath Port Talbot, named after its two major towns,  Neath and  Port Talbot.
The M4 motorway enters the south boundary from  Pyle and all the coast is represented by
the  Port Talbot category, to the mouth of the Neath.
There is a an industrialised area on the west bank of the Neath, with Tennant Canal, before the boundary
with  Swansea.  The M4 leaves the county borough north of the area, west of Neath,
and this area is represented, with those in and around the town, by  Neath.
The west boundary continues north to  Pontardawe and extends north west to include Bryn Mawr
at 351 metres above sea level, and the settlements of Cwmgors, Gwaun-Cae-Gurwn and Tairwaith.
to the River Amman which forms the north west boundary at  Brynamman in Carmarthenshire,
and  Ystradgynlais in Powys, represented by the locality of  Ystalyfera.
The north east tip of the borough county is represented by the locality of  Resolven where the head of
the valleys, A465 dual carriageway enters the county borough and leads down the Vale of Neath to Neath.
The highest point is near the east boundary. Cefntyle-orych, 536 metres above sea level.
This eastern area of the county borough is represented by the  Glyncorrwg.
The east boundary then meets is Bridgend County Borough, around  Maesteg
before returning to the sea at Margam Sands.
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