Hendre Wen Barn
Spent many happy day's on this and the park on the other side. Also My father drove the carriage and this was the last time I saw him before coming to Australia.Ray Spencer
Nice shot,must go to a service here one day.
This is not placed correctly. I think you will find it is Crickhowell.
Pas beaucoup de trains de vapeur courent plus mais nous les obtenons de temps en temps à Newport comme c'est sur la ligne principale de Londres à Fishguard. Tom
I guess you're right. It is misleading, though. Perhaps someone who lives close by could take a picture of the barracks and post it here.
This shows the "old bridge" across the River Wye between Chepstow (Monmouthshire, Wales) to the left and Tutshill (Gloucestershire, England) to the right. The cast iron bridge dates from 1816 and was designed by John Rastrick. It comprises five cast-iron arches carried on stone piers and has a central span of 112 ft. It succeeded a number of wooden predecessors which had been built on or near the same site since at least 1228, and possibly much earlier. The Monmouthshire half of the bridge was rebuilt as four stone arches in 1785, but the Gloucestershire half remained timber until 1815 when rebuilding of the whole bridge was begun to the overall plans of John Rennie, as modified by Rastrick. The tidal range on the Wye at this point is up to 15m. (50 ft.), one of the highest in the world.