Arthog, From Across The Estuary 1889

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Caption for Arthog, From Across The Estuary 1889: This view looks south-east across the Mawddach estuary saltings towards the village, which lies on the south shore. The great bulk of Cadair Idris rises behind it. The old Barmouth-Llangollen railway line is visible across the middle of the picture.

An extract from North Wales Photographic Memories.

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From early 1960s onwards:  At school in London we had 2 summer holidays at Min-y-Don. The first time we travelled by coach, we got lost and arrived in the dark.  The following year we came by train from Paddington.  We had to change at Gobowen and Ruabon, arriving late in the afternoon.  My pals and I spent all our time exploring the (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Arthog, From Across The Estuary 1889: This view looks south-east across the Mawddach estuary saltings towards the village, which lies on the south shore. The great bulk of Cadair Idris rises behind it. The old Barmouth-Llangollen railway line is visible across the middle of the picture.

An extract from North Wales Photographic Memories.

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