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Caption for Beulah, The Bridge C1935: Entering the hamlet, the main A483 crosses the River Camarch en route to Builth Wells. The waters were so shallow that a ford had sufficed for many years, and this bridge was quite new at the date of the photograph. The trees in the centre have been cut back for safety and to allow some light into the two houses.

Memories of Beulah

I was born in the schoolhouse in 1943 and lived there until 1957. My early memories go back to the firing of a huge gun in the field opposite by the Army, with the shells aimed to reach Plynlimon near Abersystwyth! Then in 1947 there was the prolonged snow which paralysed transport and bread was brought from Garth by my (...Read full memory)

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