Newer housing at Cross lanes. A few houses built at a time and you soon have a housing estate.
Pen-lan cottage. High up on the hill above Llangollen this little cottage nestles in beside its protective woodland.
|Title||Pont-y-blew bridge over Afon Ceiriog. Wonderful traditional built sandstone bridge which has reinforced concrete slab laid on top of the arch. The traditional and probably original stone side walls fitted to the top. The stone dressing marks can still be seen on these slabs of stone, which are approx. 150mm thick.|
|Photo's author||John Haynes User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||22 Oct 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Pont-y-blew bridge over Afon Ceiriog. Wonderful traditional built sandstone bridge which has reinforced concrete slab laid on top of the arch. The traditional and probably original stone side walls fi…
Junction of a minor road
Land surrounding Tenement and Pont-y-blew Farm
House and outbuildings near Chirk. Tucked in behind the wood this house must be baffled from some of the A 5 T road which is behind the wood.
Brynkinalt Hall, Chirk. Looking north showing the frontage of the house. The house is about 1km east of Chirk and overlooks the Ceiriog Valley which at this point forms the English/Welsh border. The h…
Ifton Meadows covered by Ifton Colliery bing. The area formerly known as Ifton Meadows was used as the bing for Ifton colliery during the lifetime of the pit. When the colliery closed in 1968 the Shro…
Footpath leading towards Halton
Pheasant rearing sheds in a field of maize stubble
Bridge over the river Ceriog