The Railway pub on the corner of Mayers Rd and Station Rd
Bridge The 'S' and crown carved into the arch of the bridge presumably stands for Seafield Estates, who own much of the land around the nearby town of Cullen.
|Title||Track to Bryn Arw This track from Forest Coal Pit leads to Bryn Arw and a footpath continues across the northern slopes of Bryn Arw to Stanton|
|Photo's author||Philip Halling User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||25 Feb 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||426 x 640|
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|Camera model||NIKON CORPORATION / NIKON D70s|
|Exposure time||1/125 s|
|Focal length||18.0 mm|
Track to Bryn Arw This track from Forest Coal Pit leads to Bryn Arw and a footpath continues across the northern slopes of Bryn Arw to Stanton
Coed-y-Cerrig National Nature Reserve
Road in Cwm Coedycerrig
Rainbow over Gaer Viewed from the slopes of Bryn Arw.
The north-western slopes of Bryn Arw Viewed from a lane from Forest Coal Pit.
The north-western slopes of Bryn Arw View to the north-east from the north-western slopes of Bryn Arw. The hill fort of Twyn-y-Gaer can be seen on the left (in shadow) and in the distance Hatterall Hi…
Field behind Chapel Farm Forest Coal Pit A scrap yard in the field behind Chapel Farm Forest Coal Pit
Fallen hawthorn tree on Bryn Arw This exposed hawthorn tree on Bryn Arw has succumbed to the winds. The summit of Gaer and its hill fort Twyn y Gaer can be seen in the background.
Patrishow Hill viewed from above Forest Coal Pit
Lane by Coed-y-cerig Lane to Forest Coal Pit by Coed-y-cerig
Footpath to Stanton This footpath contours the northern slopes of Bryn Arw above Cwm Coed-y-cerrig.
Re-roofing at Forest Coal Pit