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The tolls charged to transport this lime on turnpike roads during the 1830s were a major issue that sparked the Rebecca Riots in 1839 and led to the smashing of tollgates and toll bars. According to local history, it was a shrewd toll keeper who saved Drefach Toll-Bar from damage by Rebecca by lifting the bar as soon as he spied Rebecca in his observation window. This toll-bar was re-sited at Drefach Community Park in the 1990s and is the only known toll-bar in Wales. It was built as a miniature house intended to shelter one toll-keeper.