The Lamb. Lamb Island , or 'The Lamb' is a volcanic plug sticking out of the North Sea a mile or so from the harbour at North Berwick. The area is very tidal. The island is only approximately 100 metr…
A Permissive Path. The path in the photograph follows the edge of the Great Lake of Castle Howard.
|Title||Newcastle Emlyn. Looking along Sycamore Street, the main shopping area.|
|Photo's author||Stephen McKay User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||24 Jul 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||NIKON / COOLPIX P3|
|Exposure time||1/186 s|
|Focal length||26.3 mm|
Newcastle Emlyn. Looking along Sycamore Street, the main shopping area.
The Three Compasses, Newcastle Emlyn
Sign for the Three Compasses
Tivy hall 098
Postbox, Newcastle Emlyn
Y Graig Baptist chapel, Water Street Handsome 1875 building enhanced by the splendid iron railings; the light blue paintwork is a nice touch. Above the entrance gate hangs a four-sided glass lantern: …
The Three Compasses In Sycamore Street, with the glass lanterns that seem to be a feature of the town.
Former temperance hotel The Cawdor Hotel in Cawdor Terrace (named after Baron Cawdor, Viscount Emlyn, local landowner and Lord Lieutenant at one time). Temperance must have been a losing battle in a t…
Telephone box, Newcastle Emlyn
The Plough Hotel, Newcastle Emlyn
Sign for the Plough Hotel
Newcastle Emlyn Newcastle Emlyn seen from Adpar, to the north.