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  • Amlwch: Concrete church
  • Amwlch: First comprehensive school
  • Amlwch: Sail loft
  • Amlwch: St Eilian’s Church, Llaneilian
  • Amlwch: Watchtower and lighthouse
  • Cemlyn: Felin Gafnan
  • City Dulas: The Pilot Boat Inn
  • Holyhead: Eglwys y Bedd
  • Holyhead: Former Eagle and Child Inn
  • Holyhead: Former air-raid shelter
  • Holyhead: Former Stanley toll house
  • Holyhead: Lifeboat station
  • Holyhead: Maritime Museum
  • Holyhead: St Cybi’s Church
  • Holyhead: Stanley House
  • Holyhead: Stena Line ferry terminal
  • Llanfaethlu: Former Borthwen Farm
  • South Stack: Old lookout building
  • Trearddur Bay: Lifeboat station
  • Beaumaris: Cae Bricks housing estate
  • Beaumaris: 34 Castle Street
  • Beaumaris: Church of Ss Mary & Nicholas
  • Beaumaris: George and Dragon
  • Beaumaris: Lifeboat station
  • Beaumaris: The Tudor Rose
  • Beaumaris: Victoria Terrace
  • Llandegfan: St Tegfan’s Church
  • Llanedwen: St Edwen’s Church
  • Llanfairpwll: Former ironmonger’s shop
  • Llanfairpwll: Home of Britain’s first WI
  • Llanfairpwll: St Mary’s Church
  • Llangefni: Former railway goods shed
  • Llangwyfan: St Cwyfan’s Church
  • Menai Bridge: The Anglesey Arms
  • Menai Bridge: Former National School
  • Menai Bridge: Former Prince’s Pier warehouse
  • Menai Bridge: St Tysilio’s Church
  • Moelfre: Lifeboat station
  • Moelfre: Twm Pen Stryd
  • Penmon: St Seiriol's Church
  • Penmynydd: St Gredifael’s Church
  • Red Wharf Bay: The Ship Inn
  • Trwyn Du: Pilots’ cottages
  • Pentraeth: The Panton Arms
  • Pentraeth: St Mary’s Church
  • Abertillery: Ebenezer Baptist Church
  • Abertillery: Former Bon Marché dept store
  • Abertillery: Former Trinity chapel
  • Abertillery: Metropole theatre & market hall
  • Abertillery, St Michael’s Church
  • Abertillery: Workmen’s institute
  • Brynmawr: Market Hall Cinema
  • Brynmawr: Rubber-factory boiler house
  • Ebbw Vale: Former steelworks offices
  • Ebbw Vale: Christ Church
  • Ebbw Vale: Sidoli ice-cream factory
  • Llanhilleth: Miners’ Institute
  • Tredegar: St George’s Church
  • Bridgend: Former mill manager's house
  • Maesteg: Town Hall
  • Mawdlam: St Mary Magdalene's Church
  • Porthcawl: Lifeboat station
  • Porthcawl: The Pier Hotel
  • Pyle: St James’ Church
  • Caerphilly: Former Boar’s Head Inn
  • Caerphilly: Former Pwllypant House
  • Caerphilly: Medieval court house
  • Caerphilly: Twyn Community Centre
  • Cwmcarn: Former shop of HMS Rodney hero
  • Pontllanfraith: Gelligroes Mill
  • Pontllanfraith: The Halfway House
  • Risca: Bethany Baptist Chapel
  • Newbridge Memorial Hall
  • Newbridge: Celynen Collieries Workmen’s Institute
  • Oakdale: Former Oakdale Hotel
  • Risca: Former colliers’ institute
  • Atlantic Wharf: Old LNWR goods warehouse
  • Atlantic Wharf: Spillers and Bakers building
  • Bute Park: Cardiff Castle North Gate
  • Bute Park: Cardiff Castle South Gate
  • Bute Park: Summerhouse Café
  • Bute Park: West Lodge
  • Cardiff Bay: Former Customs office
  • Cardiff Bay: Norwegian Church Arts Centre
  • Cardiff Bay: The Coal Exchange
  • Cardiff Bay: The Pierhead building
  • Cardiff Bay: The Senedd
  • Cardiff Bay: Wales Millennium Centre
  • Cardiff City: Former Birdcage Inn
  • Cardiff city: Former Custom House
  • Cardiff City: Former Grand Hotel
  • Cardiff City: Former Ship on Launch pub
  • Cardiff City: Former Queen’s & Royal Garage
  • Cardiff city: Hayes Island Snack Bar
  • Cardiff city: Metropolitan Cathedral
  • Cardiff City: St David’s Hall
  • Cardiff city: The Angel Hotel
  • Cardiff City: St John the Baptist Church
  • Cardiff City: The Rummer Tavern
  • Cathays: Crwys Hall
  • City centre: Chapel built with ships’ ballast
  • City centre: Former Cattle Market Tavern
  • City centre: Former fish market
  • City centre: Former Park Hall & Hotel
  • City centre: The Blue Bell
  • Danescourt: Radyr parish church
  • Llandaff: Llandaff Cathedral
  • Llandaff: Former confectionery shop
  • Llandaff: Former St Michael’s College
  • St Mellons: Baptist Church
  • Abergwili: Former Bishop’s Palace
  • Bancyfelin: John Vaughan's former home
  • Burry Port: Lifeboat station
  • Carmarthen: Boar’s Head Hotel
  • Carmarthen: Capel Heol Dŵr
  • Carmarthen: County Hall
  • Carmarthen: Ivy Bush Royal Hotel
  • Carmarthen: St Peter’s Church
  • Carmarthen: The Spilman Hotel
  • Carmarthen: Victorian women’s refuge
  • Dre-fach Felindre: National Wool Museum
  • Ferryside: The White Lion Hotel
  • Laugharne: Brown's Hotel
  • Laugharne: Dylan Thomas’ Boathouse
  • Laugharne: Former Ship and Castle Inn
  • Laugharne: St Martin’s Church
  • Llanddowror: St Teilo’s Church
  • Llandybïe: Llandyfân church and well
  • Llandybïe: St Tybïe’s Church
  • Llandyfaelog: St Maelog’s Church
  • Llansadwrnen: St Sadwrnen’s Church
  • Pendine: Eglwys Gymyn church
  • St Clears: Former farmers’ co-op
  • St Clears: Pentre farmhouse
  • Cenarth: The White Hart Inn
  • Aberystwyth: The Academy pub in former chapel
  • Aberystwyth: Former corn warehouse
  • Aberystwyth: Former Gogerddan Arms
  • Aberystwyth: The Glengower
  • Aberystwyth: Lifeboat station
  • Aberystwyth: Old lifeboat station
  • Aberystwyth: Old town hall
  • Aberystwyth: The National Library of Wales
  • Aberystwyth: St Padarn’s Church
  • Aberystwyth: Yr Hen Lew Du, Bridge Street
  • Borth: Lifeboat station
  • Cardigan: The Grosvenor
  • Devil’s Bridge: Hafod Hotel
  • Lampeter: St Peter's Church
  • Llanddewi Brefi: St David’s Church
  • Llangrannog: Pentre Arms
  • Llangrannog: St Carannog's Church
  • Llanilar: St Hilary’s Church
  • Llanon: Llansantffraed church
  • New Quay: Lifeboat station
  • New Quay: The Black Lion
  • New Quay: The Sea Horse Inn
  • New Quay: Crown Inn, Llwyndafydd
  • New Quay: Memorial Hall
  • Penbryn: St Michael's Church
  • Strata Florida: St Mary’s Church
  • Ystrad Meurig: Church and school building
  • Abergele: St Michael’s Church
  • Abergele: The Bee Hotel
  • Abergele: Former Medical Hall
  • Abergele: The Harp Inn
  • Abergele: The Bull Hotel
  • Towyn: St Mary’s Church & war memorial
  • Betws-y-coed: Bryn y Bont
  • Betws-y-coed: Caffi Caban y Pair
  • Betws-y-coed: Craig-y-Dderwen Riverside Hotel
  • Betws-y-coed: Old stable block
  • Betws-y-coed: Open-air school
  • Betws-y-coed: St Michael's Church
  • Betws-y-coed: St Mary’s Church
  • Betws-y-coed: The Royal Oak Hotel
  • Llanddoged: St Doged’s Church
  • Llanrwst almshouses
  • Llanrwst: Eagles Hotel
  • Llanrwst: Former Hand Inn
  • Llanrwst: Former King’s Head Hotel
  • Llanrwst: Former sweet shop
  • Llanrwst: Former Union Tavern
  • Llanrwst: Glasdir, Plas yn Dre
  • Llanrwst: Regent House
  • Llanrwst: Scilicorn's Bakery
  • Llanrwst: St Grwst’s Church
  • Llanrwst: The Pen y Bryn Hotel
  • Former BBC wartime studio
  • Former Cosy Cinema
  • Former Ellesmere Hotel
  • Former Imperial Hotel
  • Former police station
  • Former Princess Cinema
  • Former Pwllycrochan Estate office
  • Former WS Wood department store
  • Old Court House
  • St Paul's Church
  • Station Hotel
  • Llysfaen: St Cynfran’s Church and well
  • Mochdre: St Cystennin’s Church
  • Mochdre: Mountain View & Swan Inn
  • Old Colwyn: St Catherine's Church
  • Old Colwyn: Birthplace of Terry Jones
  • Bodlondeb civic offices
  • Britain's smallest house
  • Compton House
  • Conwy Guildhall
  • Erskine Arms
  • Edwardian butcher’s shop
  • Former Black Horse inn
  • Former Black Lion Inn, 15th century
  • Former Boot Inn and Plas Coch
  • Former Crown Inn
  • Former Customs House
  • Former Eagles Inn
  • Former home of YHA co-founder
  • Former National School
  • Former Palace Cinema
  • Former Royal Oak Inn
  • Gyffin: St Benedict's Church
  • Inshore lifeboat station
  • Liverpool Arms
  • Former shellfish research centre
  • Muriau (now tourist info centre)
  • Old Mansion House
  • Postal pioneer's former home
  • Postern Gate tower
  • R.C.A. Art Gallery
  • St Mary’s Church
  • Tabernacl Chapel and preacher's house
  • The Blue Bell
  • The Bridge Inn
  • The Castle Hotel
  • Vardre Hall
  • Ye Olde Mail Coach
  • Bryn Rhedyn, Sychnant Pass Rd
  • Deganwy: All Saints Church
  • Deganwy: Former Deganwy Castle Hotel
  • Deganwy: Former butchers’ shop
  • Llandudno Jctn: Former Ysgol Maelgwn
  • Llandudno Jctn: Old banana warehouse
  • Llandudno Jctn: Old Station Hotel
  • Llandudno Junction: Plas Blodwel
  • Llandudno Jctn: Welsh Government office
  • Llanrhos: Former Llanrhos School
  • Llanrhos: Llanrhos church
  • Cerrigydrudion: Almshouses
  • Cerrigydrudion: St Mary Magdalen’s Church
  • Cerrigydrudion: Saracen’s Head Hotel
  • Gwytherin: Former St Winifred’s Church
  • Pentrefoelas church
  • Clare’s department store
  • Empire Hotel
  • Evans' Hotel, Llandudno
  • Former home of motoring pioneer William Letts
  • Former Land Girls’ rest home
  • Former Lever Bros rest home, West Shore
  • Former Lloyd Street School
  • Former Majestic Ballroom
  • Former Plas Fron Deg, Llandudno
  • Former St George's Church, Llandudno
  • Former St George's concert hall
  • Former Swiss Café
  • Former Wartime Food Office
  • Former Wartski jeweller’s shop
  • Former Washington Hotel
  • Grand Hotel
  • Great Orme: Llandudno lighthouse
  • Great Orme: St Tudno's Church
  • Great Orme: Summit complex
  • Holy Trinity Church
  • Llandudno's first bank
  • Llandudno’s first town hall
  • Llandudno Town Hall
  • Osborne House
  • The Cottage Loaf
  • The Drill Hall
  • The Epperstone
  • The Imperial Hotel, Llandudno
  • The King's Head
  • The Palladium
  • The St George's Hotel
  • Castle Buildings
  • Former Eames grocery shop, Village Road
  • FWW flying ace’s school, Village Road
  • Gorsefield, by HL North
  • Houses in The Close
  • Llys Owain, Park Crescent
  • St Seiriol’s Lodge
  • The Church Institute, by HL North
  • Former Heath Memorial Home
  • Wern Isaf, Penmaen Park
  • Whitefriars, by HL North
  • Llanfair Talhaiarn: St Mary’s Church
  • Llangernyw: Birthplace of Sir Henry Jones
  • Llangernyw: Hafodunos Hall
  • Llangernyw: St Digain’s Church
  • Llangernyw: The Old Stag
  • Llansannan: St Sannan’s Church
  • Caerhun: St Mary’s Church
  • Dolgarrog: Village shops
  • Eglwysbach: Aberconwy Hall
  • Eglwysbach: Capel Ebeneser
  • Eglwysbach: Former bakery
  • Eglwysbach: Former police house
  • Eglwysbach: Preswylfa and Tŷ Pwmp
  • Eglwysbach: Smithy and garage
  • Eglwysbach: St Martin’s Church
  • Eglwysbach: The Bee Inn
  • Eglwysbach: Tyddyn Llan & Bryn Garrog
  • Eglwysbach: Village farms
  • Eglwysbach: Ysgol Eglwys Bach
  • Glan Conwy: St Ffraid’s Church
  • Llanbedr-y-cennin: St Peter’s Church
  • Llanbedr-y-cennin: Ye Olde Bull Inn
  • Llangelynnin: St Celynnin’s old church
  • Llanrhychwyn: St Rhychwyn’s Church
  • Rowen: Tŷ Gwyn Hotel
  • Talybont: Y Bedol Inn
  • Trefriw: Former Belle Vue Hotel
  • Trefriw: St Mary’s Church
  • Trefriw: Trefriw Woollen Mills
  • Tyn-y-Groes: The Groes Inn
  • Former National School, Bangor Road
  • Former doll factory
  • Murray Gladstone’s former home
  • New York Cottages
  • Pant yr Afon shops
  • Pensychnant, Sychnant Pass Road
  • St Seiriol's Church
  • The Community Centre, Conwy Road
  • Capelulo: Hen Felin corn mill
  • Elwy Road housing estate
  • Former Rhos Playhouse, Rhos-on-Sea
  • Penrhyn Old Hall, Penrhyn Bay
  • Rhos Fynach
  • St Trillo's Chapel
  • St Trillo’s Church, Llandrillo-yn-Rhos
  • The Harlequin Puppet Theatre
  • The Mount Stewart Hotel
  • Capel Curig: Plas y Brenin
  • Capel Curig: St Julitta's Church
  • Capel Curig: The Ugly House
  • Capel Curig: Tŷn-y-Coed Inn
  • Dolwyddelan: St Gwyddelan’s Church
  • Penmachno: St Tudclud’s Church
  • Ysbyty Ifan: St John's Church
  • Capel Curig: The Bryntyrch Inn
  • Corwen church
  • Former NatWest Bank
  • Llandrillo-yn-Edeyrn church
  • Old Corwen station building
  • Owain Glyndŵr Hotel
  • Old workhouse
  • The Crown Hotel
  • The Grouse Inn, Carrog
  • The Harp Hotel
  • Former Abbey Garage, Denbigh
  • Former County Hall
  • Siop Clwyd, Denbigh
  • Denbigh Town Hall
  • The Crown Hotel, Llandegla
  • Dafarn Dywyrch
  • The Old Smithy, Llandegla
  • St Tegla’s Church, Llandegla
  • The Ponderosa Café, Horseshoe Pass
  • Llandegla: Former Plough Inn
  • Former Cambrian Hotel
  • Former slate workshops
  • Llangollen Pavilion
  • Penddol farmhouse
  • Plas Newydd
  • Royal Hotel
  • St Collen’s Church
  • St John’s Church
  • Llantysilio: Church
  • Llantysilio: The Chain Bridge Hotel
  • Llantysilio: Tŷ Craig
  • The Clive engine house, Dyserth
  • Prestatyn Nova Centre
  • Christ Church, Prestatyn
  • Old Prestatyn rail station
  • Deaf pioneer Dorothy Miles' ex-home
  • Former Bee and Station Hotel
  • Former Colet House school
  • Former Dudley Arms Hotel, Rhyl
  • Former Grange Laundry
  • Former stamp factory
  • Rhyl lifeboat station
  • Rhyl Town Hall
  • Rhyl's oldest house
  • Slave-owner vicar's ex-home
  • St Mary’s Church, Ffynnongroyw Road
  • St Thomas’ Church
  • The Little Theatre
  • The Royal Alexandra Hospital
  • Wartime Ministry of Works offices
  • Former Ruthin jail
  • Nantclwyd y Dre
  • Former Ruthin courthouse
  • Ruthin: Market Hall
  • Ruthin: The Corporation Arms
  • Bodelwyddan: Faenol Fawr Tudor mansion
  • Bodelwyddan: The Marble Church
  • Rhuddlan: St Mary’s Church
  • Rhuddlan: Bodrhyddan Hall
  • St Asaph: Cathedral
  • St Asaph: Former Mostyn Arms Hotel
  • St Asaph: Old court house
  • St Asaph: Parish church
  • St Asaph: The Barrow Almshouses
  • St Asaph: The Dean’s Library
  • St Asaph: The Old China House
  • St Asaph: The Old Rectory
  • St Asaph: The Plough
  • St Asaph: Ysgol Glan Clwyd
  • Corpus Christi Church, Tremeirchion
  • Tremeirchion: The Salusbury Arms
  • Caerwys: St Michael’s Church
  • Ffynnongroyw: All Saints Church
  • Ffynnongroyw: Garth Mill
  • Gorsedd: St Paul’s Church
  • Gwaenysgor: St Mary's Church
  • Holywell: St James’s Church
  • Llanasa: Parish church
  • Llannerch-y-Môr: The Old Tavern Inn
  • Mostyn: Mostyn Lodge Hotel
  • Mostyn: The Lletty Hotel
  • Pantasaph: Franciscan Friary
  • Whitford: Whitford church
  • Flint: Church of St Mary and St David
  • Flint: Inshore lifeboat station
  • Flint: Oddfellows’ Hall
  • Flint: Railway station
  • Flint: Ship Hotel
  • Flint: The Old Court House
  • Flint: Town Hall
  • Mold: Former Cross Keys Hotel
  • Mold: St Mary's Church
  • Northop Church
  • Northop: Former Sessions House
  • Connah's Quay: The Old Quay House
  • Hawarden: Flintshire Record Office
  • Hawarden: Gladstone's Library
  • Hawarden: Hawarden Institute
  • Hawarden: Helen Gladstone's former home
  • Hawarden: John Boydell's former home
  • Hawarden: Post Office
  • L’église St Deiniol, Hawarden
  • Hawarden: The Fox and Grapes
  • Hawarden: The Glynne Arms
  • Hope Church
  • Bangor: Cathedral
  • Bangor library
  • Former Loyal Dispensary
  • Penrhyn Hall
  • Prichard-Jones Hall, Bangor University
  • Abergwyngregyn: Old flour mill
  • Bangor almshouses
  • Bethesda: Christ Church
  • Bethesda: Former Capel Bethesda
  • Bethesda: Former Pont y Tŵr School
  • Bethesda: Old police station
  • Bethesda: The Bull Inn
  • Bethesda: The Douglas Arms
  • Bethesda: The Llangollen Vaults
  • Bethesda: The Market Hall
  • Bethesda: The Victoria Hotel
  • Bethesda: Cae'r Berllan cottages
  • Bethesda: Capel Jerusalem
  • Architect John Lloyd's former home
  • Bontnewydd: Plas Dinas
  • Bron Hendre
  • Caernarfon’s first bank
  • 'Feed My Lambs' church hall
  • Former Angel Inn
  • Former bonded warehouse
  • Former bonded warehouse, Palace St
  • Former British School
  • Former British School master’s house
  • Former Capel Ebeneser
  • Former Capel Engedi
  • Former Capel Pendref
  • Former Christ Church
  • Former Customs office
  • Former De Winton foundry
  • Former Empire Cinema
  • Former grammar school
  • Former Lake & Co cafe
  • Former Liberal Club
  • Former naval battery
  • Former Vaynol Arms
  • Former Y Goleuad printworks
  • Galeri creative enterprise centre
  • Harbour Trust office
  • Institute Building
  • Old Caernarfon jail
  • Old Caernarfon police station
  • Old county hall and court
  • Old market hall
  • Old market & Conservative Club
  • Plas Bowman
  • Royal Welsh Yacht Club
  • Sexton’s Cottage, Llanbeblig
  • St Peblig’s Church, Llanbeblig
  • The Anglesey Arms
  • The Black Boy Inn
  • The Celtic Royal Hotel
  • Llanfaglan: St Baglan’s Church
  • Y Felinheli: Former harbour offices
  • Former workhouse
  • Former Castle Hotel
  • Former Glasgow House, now Pete's Eats
  • Former Medical Hall, now Joe Brown's
  • Old Llanberis railway station
  • Penceunant Isaf café
  • Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel
  • St Padarn's Church
  • Deiniolen: Christ Church
  • Deiniolen: Old Llandinorwig National School
  • Dinorwig: A3 quarry winding house
  • Dinorwig: Blue Peris
  • Dinorwig: Former British School
  • Gilfach Ddu: Old quarry hospital
  • Gilfach Ddu: Hafod Owen engine house
  • Gilfach Ddu: Slate quarry workshops
  • Nant Peris: St Peris’ Church
  • Nant Peris: The Vaynol Arms
  • The Dolbadarn Hotel
  • Deiniolen: Former writing-slate mill
  • Aberdaron: Former corn mill
  • Aberdaron: St Hywyn’s Church
  • Aberdaron: The Ship Hotel
  • Aberdaron: Tŷ Newydd Hotel
  • Aberdaron: Y Gegin Fawr
  • Abersoch: Lifeboat station
  • Clynnog Fawr: St Beuno’s Church
  • Criccieth: Former Morannedd Café
  • Criccieth: Former home of first female MP
  • Criccieth: Lifeboat station
  • Criccieth: The Prince of Wales
  • Llanbedrog: St Pedrog’s Church
  • Nant Gwrtheyrn: Capel Seilo
  • Nant Gwrtheyrn: Former quarry cottages
  • Nefyn: Llŷn Maritime Museum
  • Nefyn: St Beuno’s Church, Pistyll
  • Porthdinllaen: Lifeboat station
  • Pwllheli: Capel y Drindod
  • Pwllheli: Lifeboat station
  • Pwllheli: Penlan Fawr Inn
  • Pwllheli: Former Whitehall Hotel
  • Pwllheli: Former Capel Tabernacl
  • Pwllheli: Neuadd Dwyfor
  • Pwllheli: Old jail
  • Pwllheli: Old Town Hall
  • Y Ffor: 'Open-air' school
  • Pwllheli: Bodfel Hall, Llannor
  • Aberdyfi: Lifeboat station
  • Aberdyfi: Literary Institute
  • Aberdyfi: St Peter’s Church
  • Bala: Capel Tegid
  • Bala: Old grammar school
  • Bala; Old workhouse
  • Bala: The White Lion Royal Hotel
  • Bala: Thomas Charles' ex-home
  • Barmouth: Lifeboat station
  • Barmouth: Tŷ Gwyn
  • Dolgellau: Royal Ship Hotel
  • Dolgellau: Torrent Walk Hotel
  • Dolgellau: Old courthouse
  • Dolgellau: Former town jail
  • Dolgellau: The Stag Inn
  • Dolgellau: Cross Keys Inn
  • Dolgellau: Old police station
  • Harlech: The Queen’s Hotel
  • Llanbedr: Aber Artro Hall
  • Llandanwg: St Tanwg’s Church
  • Llanfair: St Mary’s Church
  • Llwyngwril: Old Llangelynnin Church
  • Llwyngwril: St Celynnin’s Church
  • Llwyngwril: The Garthangharad
  • Pennal: Church of St Peter ad Vincula
  • Talsarnau: Hotel Maes-y-Neuadd
  • Talsarnau: Llanfihangel-y-traethau church
  • Tywyn: Magic Lantern cinema
  • Tywyn: St Cadfan’s Church
  • Tywyn: Former Market Hall
  • Bala: Old courthouse
  • Bala: Plas-yn-Dre
  • Nantlle: Bryn Deulyn
  • Nantlle: Tŷ Mawr
  • Nantlle: Tŷ Mawr quarrymen’s barracks
  • Talysarn: Stunt pilot’s ex-home
  • Beddgelert: Former circulating library
  • Beddgelert: Former National School
  • Beddgelert: Plas Tanygraig
  • Beddgelert: Prince Llewelyn Hotel
  • Beddgelert: Royal Goat Hotel
  • Beddgelert: St Mary's Church
  • Beddgelert: Tanronnen Inn
  • Beddgelert: The Saracen’s Head
  • Beddgelert: Tŷ Isaf
  • Blaenau Ffestiniog: Former doctor’s house, Isallt
  • Bl. Ffestiniog: Former FR station building
  • Bl. Ffestiniog: Former rail inspector’s house, Dduallt
  • Bl. Ffestiniog: Old Oakeley quarry hospital
  • Bl. Ffestiniog: St David’s Church
  • Maentwrog: St Twrog’s Church
  • Maentwrog: The Oakeley Arms Hotel
  • Porthmadog: Harbour station
  • Porthmadog: Maritime Museum
  • Porthmadog: The Australia
  • Porthmadog: Ex-home of Cob builder John Williams
  • Porthmadog: Toll house and railway depot
  • Tanygrisiau: Ex-home of Silyn & Mary Roberts
  • Tremadog: Church & Coadestone arch
  • Tremadog: Lawrence of Arabia's birthplace
  • Tremadog: Manufactory
  • Merthyr Tydfil: Court House
  • Merthyr Tydfil: Old Taf Fechan water offices
  • Abergavenny: Coliseum
  • Abergavenny: Former French masonic chapter
  • Abergavenny: Former Gunter family mansion
  • Abergavenny: Former police station
  • Abergavenny: Former school in old church
  • Abergavenny: Former Swan Hotel
  • Abergavenny: Former workhouse
  • Abergavenny: Hair-bleacher’s house
  • Abergavenny: King's Head Hotel
  • Abergavenny: Market hall
  • Abergavenny: Old School Room
  • Abergavenny: The Angel Hotel
  • Abergavenny: Tithe Barn
  • Abergavenny: The King’s Arms
  • Abergavenny: St Mary’s Church
  • Govilon: Llanwenarth Baptist Church
  • Goytre: Former weighing house
  • Llanover: Boat house
  • Chepstow: Martha Gellhorn's ex-home, Kilgwrrwg
  • Chepstow: Railway station
  • Chepstow: St Mary’s Priory Church
  • Chepstow: The Boat Inn
  • Chepstow: The Three Tuns Inn
  • Chepstow: The White Lion
  • Cwmyoy: St Martin’s Church
  • Llanfihangel Crucorney: Pen-y-Dre Farm
  • Llanfihangel Crucorney: Skirrid Mountain Inn
  • Llanthony: St David’s Church
  • Llanfihangel Crucorney: St Michael's Church
  • Llangattock Lingoed: Church
  • Llangattock Lingoed: Hunter’s Moon Inn
  • Llangattock Lingoed: Old Court
  • Former Market Tavern
  • Victorian malthouse
  • Usk: Old Town Hall
  • Usk: St Cybi's Church, Llangybi
  • Usk: The Priory Church of St Mary
  • Usk: The Sessions House
  • Aberpergwm: St Cadoc's Church
  • Margam: St Mary’s Abbey Church
  • Neath: Former MC Café
  • Neath: Former Mechanics' Institute
  • Neath: Former police station
  • Neath: Former workhouse
  • Neath: Old Town Hall
  • Neath: St David’s Church
  • Neath: St Thomas’ Church
  • Neath: The Castle Hotel
  • Neath: The Llewellyn Almshouses
  • Port Talbot: Lifeboat station
  • Port Talbot: YMCA
  • Bishton: Former Bishton School
  • Caerleon: Pendragon House
  • Caerleon: St Cadoc’s Church
  • Caerleon: The Bell Inn
  • Caerleon: The Hanbury Arms
  • Goldcliff: St Mary Magdalene’s Church
  • Maindee: The Crown Inn
  • Nash: St Mary the Virgin Church
  • Newport City: The Tom Toya Lewis
  • Newport City: Ye Olde Murenger House
  • Newport City: The Queen’s Hotel
  • Newport City: St Woolos Cathedral
  • Newport City: St Mark’s Church
  • Newport city: Mosque in former chapel
  • St Brides: West Usk lighthouse
  • Newport city: German sailor’s former restaurant
  • Amroth: Castle
  • Amroth: New Inn & former mills
  • Amroth: Old village school
  • Amroth: St Elidyr’s Church
  • Narberth: Former workhouse
  • Saundersfoot: The Captain’s Table
  • Saundersfoot: The Old Chemist Inn
  • Fishguard: Former Drill Hall
  • Fishguard: Lifeboat station
  • Fishguard: The Royal Oak
  • Llanychaer: Bridge End Inn
  • Rosebush: Tafarn Sinc
  • St Dogmaels: Cardigan lifeboat station
  • St Dogmaels: Water mill
  • St Nicholas: Tregwynt woollen mill
  • Haverfordwest: St Mary’s Church
  • Little Haven & Broad Haven lifeboat station
  • Haverfordwest: Munt jewellery shop
  • Haverfordwest: Old Wool Market
  • Dale: The Griffin Inn
  • Dale: West Blockhouse fort
  • Marloes: Lockley Lodge
  • Milford Haven: Ex-home of whale-ship captain
  • Milford Haven: Former Post Office
  • Milford Haven: Former whale-oil warehouse
  • Milford Haven: Quaker meeting house
  • Milford Haven: The Lord Nelson Hotel
  • Angle: Lifeboat station
  • Angle: St Mary’s Church
  • Bosherston: St Govan’s Chapel
  • Carew: Tidal Mill
  • Pembroke: Clock House
  • Pembroke: Old King’s Arms Hotel
  • Pembroke: Town Hall
  • Pembroke Dock: Fleet Surgeon’s House
  • Pembroke Dock: Former Royal Dockyard Chapel
  • St Davids: Cathedral
  • St Davids: Gatehouse and bell tower
  • St Davids: Lifeboat station
  • Solva: Woollen Mill
  • Gumfreston: St Lawrence’s Church
  • New Hedges: St Anne’s Church
  • Penally: Church
  • Tenby: Five Arches Tavern
  • Tenby: Former Cobourg Stables
  • Tenby: Former rail workers’ chapel
  • Tenby: Sleeman's Stores warehouse
  • Tenby: Fourcroft Hotel
  • Tenby: Jasperley House
  • Tenby: Lifeboat station
  • Tenby: Museum & Art Gallery
  • Tenby: St Julian’s Church
  • Tenby: St Mary's Church
  • Tenby: The Atlantic Hotel
  • Tenby: The Belgrave Hotel
  • Tenby: The Bush Inn
  • Brecon: Brecon Cathedral
  • Brecon: Castle Mill
  • Brecon: Curved corner shop
  • Brecon: Former bakery
  • Brecon: Former Green Dragon Hotel
  • Brecon: Former Griffin Inn
  • Brecon: Former town house
  • Brecon: Presbyterian Church
  • Brecon: Royal Welsh Museum
  • Brecon: St Mary’s Church
  • Brecon: The Guildhall
  • Brecon: The Plough Chapel
  • Brecon: Timber-framed building
  • Llanddew: St David’s Church
  • Talgarth: Former British School
  • Talgarth: Former grocery shop
  • Talgarth: Former Upper Lion Inn
  • Talgarth: Red House
  • Talgarth: St Gwendoline's Church
  • Talgarth: Talgarth Mill
  • Talgarth: Talgarth Tower House
  • Talgarth: Town Hall
  • Talgarth: Tower Hotel
  • Builth: Strand Hall
  • Crickhowell: Clarence Hall
  • Crickhowell: Former Belgian refugees' home
  • Crickhowell: Former home of embezzling clerk
  • Crickhowell: Former war memorial hospital
  • Crickhowell: George Everest’s former home
  • Crickhowell: Post Office
  • Crickhowell: Porthmawr Gate House
  • Crickhowell: Porthmawr Regency mansion
  • Crickhowell: Former Queen Coffee Tavern
  • Crickhowell: Glencoe House
  • Crickhowell: St Edmund’s Church
  • Crickhowell: The Bear Hotel
  • Crickhowell: The Bridge End Inn
  • Crickhowell: The Corn Exchange
  • Llangattock: Bethesda Chapel
  • Llangattock: Former Crown Inn
  • Llangattock: The Horseshoe Inn
  • Llangattock: St Catwg's Church
  • Llangattock: The Old Rectory
  • Llangattock: Former Miles Memorial Hall
  • Llangattock: Former workhouse
  • Clyro: Church of St Michael & All Angels
  • Glasbury: Church
  • Glasbury: The Harp Inn
  • Hay-on-Wye: Former fire station
  • Hay-on-Wye: Hay Castle
  • Hay-on-Wye: St Mary’s Church
  • Hay-on-Wye: The Butter Market
  • Hay-on-Wye: The Cheese Market
  • Hay-on-Wye: Three Tuns inn
  • Llowes: St Meilig’s Church
  • Llandrindod Wells: Automobile Palace
  • Llandrindod Wells: County Buildings
  • Llandrindod Wells: Former home of spa pioneer
  • Llandrindod Wells: Highland Moors
  • Llandrindod Wells: Hotel Commodore
  • Llandrindod Wells: Signal box
  • Llandrindod Wells: Holy Trinity Church
  • Llandrindod Wells: Former Ye Wells Hotel
  • Llandrindod Wells: Quaker meeting house
  • Llandrindod Wells: Hotel Metropole
  • Llandrindod Wells: Grand Pavilion
  • Llandrindod Wells: Radnorshire Museum
  • Llandrindod Wells: Tabernacle Baptist Chapel
  • Llandrindod Wells: Presbyterian Chapel
  • Llandrindod Wells: The Albert Hall
  • Llandrindod Wells: Llanerch Inn
  • Penybont: The Severn Arms
  • Rhayader: Penralley House
  • Machynlleth: Owain Glyndŵr’s Parliament House
  • Machynlleth: Royal House
  • Machynlleth: Y Plas
  • Machynlleth: St Peter’s Church
  • Machynlleth: War nurse family's shop
  • Machynlleth: Georgian terrace
  • Machynlleth: Former post office
  • Cemmaes: St Tydecho’s Church
  • Berriew: Pentre Llifior Chapel
  • Newtown: Crescent Christian Centre
  • Newtown: Former army HQ
  • Newtown: Former home of suffragist leader
  • Newtown: Former weaving factory
  • Newtown: Plas Dolerw
  • Newtown: Robert Owen Museum
  • Newtown: Royal Welsh Warehouse
  • Newtown: St David’s Church
  • Newtown: The Lion Hotel
  • Penstrowed: St Gwrhai’s Church
  • Knighton: George and Dragon
  • New Radnor: St Mary’s Church
  • Presteigne: St Andrew’s Church
  • Presteigne: St Michael’s Church, Discoed
  • Llanfyllin: Workhouse
  • Llanymynech: The Dolphin Inn
  • Welshpool: Christ Church
  • Welshpool: Former Anderson photo studio
  • Welshpool: Former Beck’s Bank
  • Welshpool: Former chemist's shop
  • Welshpool: Former Mermaid Inn
  • Welshpool: Former police station
  • Welshpool: Former Upper Sun Inn
  • Welshpool: Powis Castle
  • Welshpool: Rex Manford's childhood home
  • Welshpool: St Mary's Church
  • Welshpool: The Old Station
  • Welshpool: The Raven Inn
  • Welshpool: The Royal Oak
  • Welshpool: Town Hall
  • Llanfyllin: St Myllin’s Church
  • Llanfyllin: Train designer OVS Bulleid's ex-home
  • Ystradgynlais: Gough Arms
  • Ystradgynlais: Police station
  • Ystradgynlais: St Cynog's Church
  • Ystradgynlais: Sardis Chapel
  • Ystradgynlais: The Ynyscedwyn Arms
  • Pontypridd: Former Eglwysbach chapel
  • Pontypridd: Pontypridd Museum
  • Pontypridd: The Maltsters Arms
  • Rhondda: Former Corona bottling plant, Porth
  • Cynon Valley: Cwmaman Institute
  • Horton and Port Eynon: lifeboat station
  • Llanrhidian: Church of Ss Rhidian & Illtyd
  • Mumbles lifeboat station
  • Mumbles: The Pilot Inn
  • Oxwich: St Illtyd's Church
  • Port Eynon: St Cattwg's Church
  • Reynoldston: St George’s Church
  • Rhossili: St Mary's Church
  • Rhossili: The Worm’s Head Hotel
  • Mumbles: All Saints’ Church
  • Cholera sailor’s former home
  • Former docks pumping station
  • Former Midland Railway office
  • Former Ragged School
  • Former telescope maker’s shop
  • No Sign Bar
  • Old Mumbles Railway substation, Black Pill
  • Surgeon’s former premises
  • The Adelphi, Wind Street
  • Former workhouse, Mount Pleasant
  • Clydach: Former St John's Church
  • Clydach: Former Vardre Inn
  • Clydach: St Mary’s Church
  • Loughor: Moriah Chapel and Schoolroom
  • Glais: Former Seion Chapel
  • Cwmbrȃn: Llanyrafon Manor
  • Cwmbrȃn: Llanyrafon Mill
  • Forge Hammer: Lock keeper’s cottage
  • Llanfrechfa: All Saints’ Church
  • Panteg: The Open Hearth
  • Pontrhydyrun: Dock Cottage & Cwmbrân Hse
  • Pontymoile: Old canal toll house
  • Aberthaw: Blue Anchor Inn
  • Barry: Barry Dock lifeboat station
  • Barry: Former Barry Dock offices
  • Cowbridge: Former Pavilion Cinema
  • Cowbridge: Holy Cross Church
  • Cowbridge: Old Hall
  • Llantwit Major: St Illtud's Church
  • Llantwit Major: Tudor Tavern
  • Llantwit Major: The Old White Hart
  • Llantwit Major: The Old Swan Inn
  • Llantwit Major: Town Hall
  • Nash Point lighthouse
  • Penarth: Lifeboat station
  • Penarth: Pier Pavilion
  • Penarth: St Augustine’s Church
  • Penarth: Albert Primary School
  • St Donats: Former Atlantic College lifeboat station
  • St Nicholas: Church
  • Wenvoe: Former National School
  • Cefn Mawr: Plas Kynaston Hall
  • Ceiriog Valley: St Garmon’s Church
  • Chirk: Former girls’ school
  • Chirk: The Hand Hotel
  • Froncysyllte: The Aqueduct Inn
  • Llay: St Martin’s Church
  • Marford: The Trevor Arms
  • Marford: Yew Tree Cottage
  • Rhosymedre: St John’s Church
  • Rossett: Machine House
  • Rossett: Christ Church
  • Rossett: The Alyn
  • Rossett: The Golden Lion
  • Rossett: Rossett Mill
  • Rossett: Marford Mill
  • Ruabon: All Saints Church, Penylan
  • Ruabon: St Mary’s Church
  • Ruabon: Roundhouse and Vaults Inn
  • Ruabon: Wynnstay Arms
  • Trevor: Former Australia Arms
  • Trevor: Former stable, Trevor basin
  • Trevor: Telford Inn
  • Trevor: Trevor Church
  • Wrexham: Former Feathers Hotel
  • Wrexham: Horse and Jockey pub
  • Wrexham: Saith Seren
  • Wrexham: St Giles' Church
  • Wrexham: St Mary’s Cathedral
  • Wrexham: The Nag’s Head
  • Wrexham: Wynnstay Arms Hotel
  • Wrexham: The Turf Tavern
  • Wrexham: Former Elephant & Castle Inn
  • Wrexham: Pioneering female doctor's ex-home
  • Amlwch: Former copper bins
  • Beaumaris: Former flying boat slipway
  • Cemaes: Former Wylfa power station
  • Holyhead: Breakwater
  • Holyhead: George IV Arch and Salt Island
  • Holyhead: Penrhos Battery
  • Holyhead: Pillbox near Skinner's Monument
  • Holyhead: The Stanley Embankment
  • Llanfairpwll: Britannia Bridge 'cathedral abutment'
  • Malltraeth: Cob Malltraeth
  • Rhosneigr: Barclodiad y Gawres burial mound
  • Trearddur Bay: WW2 pillbox
  • Abertillery: Arcade
  • Abertillery: Foundry Bridge
  • Ebbw Vale: Steelworks roll stack
  • Tredegar: Town Clock
  • Merthyr Mawr: Ruins of Candleston Castle
  • Porthcawl: Marina
  • Caerphilly town: Caerphilly bus station
  • Caerphilly town: Railway station
  • Caerphilly town: Castle remains
  • Caerphilly town: Eisteddfod Gates
  • New Tredegar: Former colliery winding house
  • Bute Park: Blackweir dock-feeder weir
  • Bute Park: Lady Bute’s Bridge
  • Bute Park: Old approach road
  • Bute Park: The Animal Wall
  • Bute Park: The Mill Leat
  • Cardiff Bay: Barrage
  • Cardiff Bay: Barrage locks
  • Cardiff Bay: Bute West Dock entrance
  • Cardiff Bay: Fish pass
  • Cardiff Bay: Old Bute East Dock
  • Cardiff Bay: Railway station
  • City centre: Cardiff Arms Park
  • City centre: Cardiff Central rail station
  • City centre: Castle Arcade
  • City centre: Dock feeder canal, Churchill Way
  • City centre: Duke Street Arcade
  • City centre: Former North Road canal bridge
  • City centre: High Street Arcade
  • City centre: Park Place feeder canal bridge
  • Cardiff City Centre: The Morgan Arcade
  • Cardiff City Centre: The Royal Arcade
  • Cardiff City Centre: Wyndham Arcade
  • City centre: Victorian toilets, The Hayes
  • East Cardiff: Wentlooge sea wall
  • Radyr: Weir
  • Sophia Gardens: SSE SWALEC cricket stadium
  • Sophia Gardens: Test match cricket venue
  • Sophia Gardens: Cricket pitch drainage system
  • Sophia Gardens: Stadium floodlights
  • Sophia Gardens: The Media Centre
  • Sophia Gardens: National Cricket Centre
  • Whitchurch: Melingriffith canal pump
  • Carmarthen: Castle remains
  • Carmarthen: Railway station
  • Carmarthen: Quay
  • Carmarthen : Victorian custody cells
  • Ferryside: Railway station
  • Laugharne: Castle ruins
  • Llanelli: Railway station
  • Llansteffan: Castle remains
  • Marros: Remains of hillfort
  • Aberarth: Remains of fish traps
  • Aberystwyth: Castle remains
  • Aberystwyth: Cliff Railway
  • Aberystwyth: Pont Trefechan
  • Aberystwyth: Railway station
  • Aberystwyth: Royal Pier
  • Aberystwyth: Vale of Rheidol Railway, Aberystwyth station
  • Aberystwyth: Vale of Rheidol Railway, Devil's Bridge station
  • Aberystwyth: Devil's Bridge
  • Aberystwyth: Ystwyth Pier
  • Cardigan: Cardigan Bridge
  • Llangrannog: Remains of hillforts
  • New Quay: Early railway track
  • New Quay: Pier
  • Pont-rhyd-y-groes: Waterwheel
  • Abergele: Gwrych Castle
  • Betws-y-coed: Pont y Pair
  • Betws-y-coed: Railway station
  • Betws-y-coed: Waterloo Bridge
  • Caerhun: Transept of St Mary’s Church
  • Colwyn Bay: Colwyn Bay rail station
  • Colwyn Bay: Raynes jetty, Llanddulas
  • Conwy: Conwy Castle
  • Conwy: Conwy Cob
  • Conwy: Conwy railway arch
  • Conwy: Postern gate and spur wall
  • Conwy: Stephenson's Tubular Bridge
  • Deganwy: Conwy Tunnel, A55 Expressway
  • Deganwy: Railway station
  • Deganwy: Edwardian beach shelter
  • Dolgarrog: Power station
  • Dolgarrog: The Dolgarrog Railway
  • Dolgarrog: Water pipelines
  • Llanddulas: Railway viaduct and accident
  • Llandudno: Former tram shelter, West Shore
  • Llandudno: Former Bodafon Fields tram route
  • Llandudno: Great Orme Tramway
  • Llandudno: Llandudno pier
  • Llandudno: Llety’r Filiast dolmen, Great Orme
  • Llandudno: Old copper mine tunnel
  • Llandudno: Railway station
  • Llandudno Junction: Railway station
  • Llanrwst: Pont Fawr
  • Llanrwst: Gower's Bridge
  • Penmaenmawr: New York Bridge
  • Penmaenmawr: Railway station
  • Penrhyn Bay: Former Penrhyn Hill tramway
  • Penrhynside: ‘Llandudno Welcomes You’ sign
  • Tal-y-cafn: Tal-y-cafn bridge
  • Towyn: Sea defences
  • Dolgarrog: Broken dam, Cwm Eigiau
  • Dolgarrog: Derelict Cedryn farm, Cwm Eigiau
  • Trefriw: Capel Ardda ruin, Cwm Cowlyd
  • Trefriw: Brwynog Isaf ruin, Cwm Cowlyd
  • Llangollen: Llangollen Bridge
  • Rhyl: Coastal defences
  • Rhyl: Foryd Bridge
  • Rhyl: Foryd Harbour
  • Rhyl: Pont y Ddraig, Rhyl
  • Rhyl: Rhyl Miniature Railway
  • Rhyl: Railway station
  • Rhyl: The Cut
  • St Asaph: Old sluice gate
  • St Asaph: St Asaph bridge
  • Llangollen: King’s Bridge, Berwyn
  • Llantysilio: Canal water-meter hut
  • Llangollen: Wharf
  • Llantysilio: Chain bridge
  • Llantysilio: The Horseshoe Falls
  • Llantysilio: Canal-side limekilns
  • Llangollen: Pentrefelin aqueduct
  • Llangollen: Pentrefelin wharf
  • Connah’s Quay: The Flintshire Bridge
  • Deeside: Airbus wing jetty
  • Flint: Remains of Flint Castle
  • Hawarden: Shambles
  • Holywell: Remains of Basingwerk Abbey
  • Queensferry: Bascule bridge
  • Shotton: Hawarden Bridge
  • Talacre: Point of Ayr lighthouse
  • Old Cegin railway bridges
  • Porth Penrhyn bridges
  • Portico of Penrhyn Arms Hotel
  • Railway station
  • The Menai Suspension Bridge
  • Bangor clock tower
  • Abergwyngregyn: Medieval motte
  • Abergwyngregyn: Old river bridge
  • Faenol: Quarry owners’ mausoleum
  • Llandygai: Ford and skew bridge
  • Talybont: Penrhyn Park wall
  • Treborth: Britannia Bridge
  • Felin Fawr slate workshops
  • Pont Pen y Benglog
  • Pont y Tŵr, Bethesda
  • Quarry hospital ruins
  • Blaenau Ffestiniog railway station
  • Cwmorthin: Conglog slate mill ruins
  • Cwmorthin: Cwmorthin Terrace ruins
  • Cwmorthin: Plas Cwmorthin ruins
  • Cwmorthin: Rhosydd barracks & mills
  • Cwmorthin: Ruins of quarrymen’s chapel
  • Dduallt: Railway station & spiral
  • Tanygrisiau: Hydro power station
  • Tan-y-Bwlch: Railway station
  • Tanygrisiau: Railway station
  • Caernarfon Castle
  • Caernarfon slate quay
  • Segontium Roman fort remains
  • Swing bridge and Coed Helen
  • The Hanging Tower
  • Trefor: Harbour
  • Victorian fountain
  • Victoria Dock
  • Y Felinheli: Former slate dock
  • Brynrefail: Pont Pen y Llyn
  • Capel Hebron ruins, Cwm Brwynog
  • Dinorwig: Former C4 incline
  • Dinorwig: Former 'Doctor’s Road'
  • Dinorwig: Former quarrymen’s cottages
  • Dinorwig: Garret quarry galleries
  • Dinorwig: Remains of double winding house
  • Dinorwig: Route of village tramway
  • Dinorwig: Ruins of slate mill
  • Dinorwig: Ruins of the Anglesey Barracks
  • Dinorwig: Power station vent
  • Dinorwig: Quarrymen’s 'narrow path'
  • Dinorwig: Waste-tip railway routes
  • Former railway tunnel
  • Gilfach Ddu: Dinorwig Power Station entrance
  • Gilfach Ddu: Dinorwig quarry 'A' inclines
  • Gilfach Ddu: Pont Vivian
  • Gilfach Ddu: Vivian Quarry table inclines
  • Gilfach Ddu: Waterwheel housing
  • Nant Peris: St Peris’ Well
  • Llanberis Lake Railway
  • London Olympics landing stage
  • Aberdaron: Ruins of Tŷ Tan yr Allt
  • Abersoch: Beach huts
  • Llanbedrog: Giant RAF arrow
  • Llithfaen: Land-enclosures wall
  • Machroes: Penrhyn Du engine house
  • Nefyn: Garage founded by former PoW
  • Pwllheli: Promenade
  • Pwllheli: Railway station
  • Aberdyfi: Victorian wharf
  • Abergynolwyn: Nant Gwernol station
  • Abergynolwyn: Railway station
  • Bala: Motte & bailey castle remains
  • Barmouth: Railway bridge
  • Fairbourne: Anti-tank defences
  • Fairbourne: Miniature railway
  • Fairbourne: Railway avalanche shelter
  • Harlech: Former RAF Llanbedr airfield
  • Tywyn: Promenade
  • Tywyn: Steam railway station
  • Beddgelert: Railway station
  • Nantlle: Cilgwyn quarry rail embankment
  • Nantlle: Pen-y-Bryn quarry cottages
  • Penrhyndeudraeth: Minffordd station
  • Penrhyndeudraeth: Pont Briwet
  • Penrhyndeudraeth: Steam railway station
  • Porthmadog Cob
  • Tremadog: Market Square
  • Merthyr Tydfil: Pant rail station
  • Merthyr Tydfil: Pontsticill rail station
  • Abergavenny: Gorsedd stone circle
  • Abergavenny: Norman castle
  • Abergavenny: Royalist castle
  • Abergavenny: Railway station
  • Caldicot: The Prince of Wales Bridge
  • Chepstow: Severn Bridge
  • Gilwern: Canal embankment
  • Gilwern: Canal wharves
  • Gilwern: Limekilns
  • Govilon: Former railway bridge
  • Govilon: Llanwenarth Bridge
  • Govilon: Wharf and warehouse
  • Goytre: Wharf and limekilns
  • Llanellen: Castle Turn and aqueduct
  • Llanellen: Ochram Turn and aqueduct
  • Llanfoist wharf
  • Monmouth: Former Shambles
  • Usk: Usk Castle remains
  • Briton Ferry: Dock tower
  • Neath: Bridge Street Bridge
  • Neath: Remains of Neath Castle
  • Neath: Abbey ruins
  • Neath: Neath Abbey ironworks remains
  • Neath: Neath Abbey rail viaduct
  • Port Talbot: Docks
  • East Usk lighthouse
  • Newport: Railway station
  • Newport: Transporter Bridge
  • Abercastle: Carreg Samson burial chamber
  • Carew: Carew Castle remains
  • Fishguard: Local railway station
  • Fishguard: Old wartime radar station
  • Fishguard: Remains of Fishguard Fort
  • Fishguard: Strumble Head lighthouse
  • Haverfordwest: Castle remains
  • Haverfordwest: Old Quay
  • Pembroke: Pembroke Castle
  • Pembroke: The Cleddau Bridge
  • St Dogmaels: Remains of abbey
  • Pembroke: Remains of East Blockhouse
  • Tenby: Castle ruins & Albert Memorial
  • Saundersfoot: Old railway tunnels
  • Tenby: Harbour sluice
  • Tenby: Railway station
  • Trefin: Ruined slate-quarry buildings
  • Preseli: Pentre Ifan cromlech
  • Brecon: Brynich aqueduct
  • Brecon: Brynich lock
  • Brecon: Double-arch canal bridge
  • Brecon: Newton weir
  • Brecon: Usk Bridge
  • Crickhowell: Crickhowell Bridge
  • Crickhowell: Herons Rest Marina
  • Llandrindod Wells: railway station
  • Llangattock: Wharf and limekilns
  • Llangynidr: canal aqueduct
  • Llangynidr: locks and pond
  • Llanymynech: Carreghofa locks
  • Llanymynech: Llanymynech wharf
  • Llanymynech: Vyrnwy aqueduct
  • Machynlleth: Town Clock
  • Machynlleth: railway station
  • Newtown: railway station
  • Talybont: Ashford canal tunnel
  • Talybont: Canal drawbridge
  • Talybont: Disused railway bridge
  • Talybont: Limekilns
  • Welshpool: Former hydro-electricity dam, Leighton Estate
  • Welshpool: Llanfair Caereinion station
  • Welshpool: Raven Square station
  • Pontypridd: Brunel’s skew bridge
  • Pontypridd: Lido Ponty
  • Pontypridd: Old bridge
  • Pontypridd: Railway station
  • City centre: Railway station
  • City centre: Swansea Castle remains
  • City centre: Swansea Market
  • Gower: Arthur’s Stone or Maen Ceti
  • Gower: Culver Hole wall, Port Eynon
  • Gower: Penmaen Burrows burial chamber
  • Gower: Pennard Castle ruins
  • Gower: Port Eynon salt house ruins
  • Gower: Weobley Castle ruins
  • Swansea Valley: Clydach canal lock
  • Waterfront: The Tawe barrage
  • Waterfront: Girders of Slip Bridge
  • Cwmbrân: Old ironworks railway bridge
  • Govera: Skew-arch canal bridge, near Mamhilad
  • Griffithstown: Former railway bridge
  • Pontnewydd: Box Farm locks
  • Pontnewydd: Cascades
  • Pontnewydd: Nant Brân aqueduct
  • Pontnewydd: Remains of lock-keeper’s cottage
  • Pontrhydyrun: Cwmbrân Tunnel
  • Pontymoile: Canal aqueduct
  • Sebastopol: Canal Bridge 46
  • Sebastopol: Solomon’s Bridge
  • Aberthaw: Remains of lime works
  • Barry: Roman building remains, Cold Knap
  • Llantwit Major: Bombed priest's house
  • Penarth: Penarth Pier
  • Rhoose: Cardiff Airport
  • Chirk: Aqueduct
  • Chirk: Canal tunnel
  • Chirk: Railway station
  • Holt: Holt Castle remains
  • Ruabon: Railway station
  • Trevor & Cefn Mawr: Dry docks, Trevor basin
  • Trevor & Cefn Mawr: Froncysyllte basin
  • Trevor & Cefn Mawr: Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
  • Wrexham: Racecourse stadium
  • Wrexham: Soames brewery chimney
  • Wrexham: Wrexham General station
  • Cemaes: Cestyll Garden
  • Holyhead: RSPB South Stack Cliffs reserve
  • Newborough: Anglesey Sea Zoo
  • Newborough: The Cefni saltmarsh
  • Newborough: Newborough Warren reserve
  • Porthcawl: Kenfig nature reserve
  • Porthcawl: Lock’s Common
  • Porthcawl: Merthyr Mawr Warren
  • Tondu: Parc Slip nature reserve
  • Bute Park: Castle Nursery & old walled garden
  • Bute Park: Fisher’s Bridge
  • Bute Park: Ginkgo Avenue
  • Cardiff Bay: Wetlands Reserve
  • East Cardiff: Parc Tredelerch
  • North Cardiff: Waterloo Gardens, Roath
  • Sophia Gardens: The first public park in Wales
  • Sophia Gardens: The cricket pitch
  • Sophia Gardens: River Taff flood plain
  • West Cardiff: Grange Gardens, Grangetown
  • West Cardiff: Plasturton Gardens, Pontcanna
  • West Cardiff: Trelai Park, Ely
  • Borth: Cors Fochno National Nature Reserve
  • Cwmtydu: Seal nursery
  • Wallog: Sarn Gynfelyn
  • Abergele: Coed y Gopa
  • Betws-y-coed: Swallow Falls
  • Conwy: Bodlondeb park
  • Conwy: Conwy Mountain (Mynydd y Dref)
  • Conwy: Historic community orchard
  • Conwy: Holm oaks, Marine Walk
  • Conwy: Marl Hall Woods, Llandudno Junction
  • Conwy: RSPB nature reserve, Lland' Junction
  • Deganwy: Betty’s Path
  • Deganwy: Pilot whales stranding site
  • Henryd: Parc Mawr woods
  • Llandudno: Haulfre Gardens
  • Llandudno: Prehistoric view, from Little Orme
  • Llandudno: The Happy Valley
  • Llanfairfechan: Nant y Coed nature reserve
  • Llanfairfechan: Traeth Lafan
  • Llangernyw: Ancient yew tree
  • Penmaenmawr: Pensychnant nature reserve
  • Penmaenmawr: The Sychnant Pass
  • Trefriw: Trefriw spa
  • Llangollen: Dinas Brân viewpoint
  • Llangollen: Eglwyseg cliffs
  • Prestatyn: Gronant dunes
  • Rhyl: Remnants of prehistoric forest
  • St Asaph: Black poplars, Roe Plas
  • St Asaph: Elwy riverbank
  • Tremeirchion: Tremeirchion viewpoint
  • Rhyl: Park on former cemetery
  • Rhyl: Botanical Gardens
  • Rhyl: Coronation Gardens
  • Ffynnongroyw: Coed y Garth
  • Flint: Oakenholt Marsh
  • Bangor: Little Egret colony, Porth Penrhyn
  • Bethesda: Nant Ffrancon A5 viewpoint
  • Blaenau Ffestiniog: Wolf sculpture, Coed y Bleiddiau
  • Harlech: Morfa Dyffryn nature reserve
  • Harlech: Morfa Harlech nature reserve
  • Llanberis: Ceiliog Mawr pinnacle
  • Llanberis: Llyn Padarn wildlife
  • Trefor: Bwlch yr Eifl
  • Brynrefail: View of geology discovery slope
  • Nash: Great Traston Meadows reserve
  • Newport: Peterstone Wentlooge Marshes reserve
  • Newport: Newport Wetlands reserve
  • Amroth: Prehistoric forest remnants
  • Milford Haven: Westfield Pill nature reserve
  • St Dogmaels: Cemais Head & mermaid legend
  • St Dogmaels: Teifi Marshes reserve
  • St Davids: Glacial erratic boulder
  • Crickhowell: Castle Recreation Grounds
  • Hay-on-Wye: The Warren
  • Machynlleth: Grounds of Y Plas
  • Presteigne: Ancient yew tree, Discoed
  • Talgarth: Riverside flower meadow
  • Welshpool: Birthplace of leylandii, Leighton
  • Ystradgynlais: Diamond Park
  • Pontypridd: Parc Ynysangharad
  • Gower: Llanrhidian Marsh
  • Gower: Oxwich nature reserve
  • Gower: Worm’s Head
  • Pontnewydd: Canal at Pontnewydd Park
  • Sebastopol: Canal wildlife haven
  • Cowbridge: Old Hall gardens
  • Penarth: Belle Vue Park
  • Southerndown: Dunraven Bay
  • Wrexham: Bellevue Park
  • Amlwch: William Williams VC memorial
  • Beaumaris: Cemetery graves
  • Beaumaris: War memorial
  • Benllech: War memorial
  • Gwalchmai: War memorial
  • Holyhead: American aircrew memorial
  • Holyhead: Anglia anchor memorial
  • Holyhead: Captain Skinner monument
  • Holyhead: Cenotaph
  • Holyhead: Dutch navy memorial
  • Llanddaniel-fab: War memorial
  • Llandegfan: Graves of naval trainees
  • Llanfairpwll: Britannia Bridge builders’ memorial
  • Llanfairpwll: War memorial
  • Llangefni: County School war memorial
  • Llangefni: War memorial
  • Llangoed: War memorial
  • Menai Bridge: Graves at Church Island
  • Moelfre: Dic Evans memorial
  • Moelfre: Royal Charter memorial
  • Moelfre: War memorial
  • Pentraeth: Hywel ab Owain Gwynedd memorial
  • Pentraeth: First World War memorial
  • Pentraeth: Second World War memorial
  • Valley: War memorial
  • Abertillery: Nurse Thora Silverthorne’s memorial
  • Brynmawr: War memorial
  • Tredegar: Aneurin Bevan memorial stones
  • Tredegar: Patch girls memorial
  • Bridgend: War memorial
  • Porthcawl: Mumbles lifeboat memorial
  • Bargoed and Gilfach: War memorial
  • Blackwood: Cenotaph
  • Brithdir: War memorial
  • Caerphilly: Canadian Spitfire pilot memorial
  • Caerphilly: Cenotaph, Castle Street
  • Caerphilly: Biker Malcolm Uphill’s memorial
  • Cwmcarn: Dam disaster memorial
  • Cwmcarn: War memorial
  • Llanbradach: Miners’ memorial
  • Llanbradach: War memorial
  • Machen: War memorial
  • Newbridge: War memorial
  • Oakdale: War memorial
  • Pontllanfraith: War memorial
  • Pontlottyn: War memorial
  • Rhymney: War memorial
  • Risca: Pontywaun school war memorial
  • Risca: War memorial
  • Senghenydd: War memorial
  • Tirphil: War memorial
  • Tir-y-Berth: War memorial
  • Troedrhiwfuwch: War memorial
  • Ystrad Mynach & Hengoed: Cenotaph
  • Cardiff Bay: Merchant Navy memorial
  • City centre: GWR railway war memorial
  • City centre: Gwyn Nicholls Memorial Gates
  • City centre: Les Spence Memorial Gates
  • City centre: Former Ebenezer Chapel memorials
  • City centre: Statue of John Batchelor
  • City centre: Taff Vale Railway war memorial
  • City centre: Bust of Ron Watkiss
  • Cathays: Crwys Hall war memorials
  • Cathays: Falklands National Monument
  • Cathays: Lord Aberdare statue
  • Cathays: Spanish Civil War memorial
  • Cathays: The Gift of Life stone
  • Cathays: Thalidomide memorial
  • Cathays: The Raoul Wallenberg tree
  • Cathays: Welsh National War Memorial
  • Radyr: War memorial
  • Carmarthen: Railway war memorial
  • Carmarthen: Sir Rhys ap Thomas effigy
  • Carmarthen: Statue of Sir William Nott
  • Kidwelly: War memorial
  • Laugharne: War memorial
  • Llansteffan: War memorial
  • Pendine: Peter Williams Memorial Chapel
  • Aberaeron: Memorial to yachtsman D Sinnett-Jones
  • Aberaeron: War memorial
  • Aberystwyth: War memorial
  • Lampeter: Memorial to first Welsh rugby match
  • Conwy: Anchor at Conwy quay
  • Conwy: War memorial
  • Conwy: Graves at St Agnes Cemetery
  • Conwy: Graves at St Mary’s churchyard
  • Conwy: Llywelyn Fawr statue
  • Dwygyfylchi: War memorial
  • Llanfairfechan: War memorial
  • Penmaenmawr: Gladstone memorial
  • Penmaenmawr: War memorial
  • Deganwy: Graves at Llanrhos churchyard
  • Deganwy: Llanrhos parish war memorial
  • Glanwydden: War memorial
  • Llandudno: War memorial
  • Llandudno: Graves at Great Orme cemetery
  • Llandudno: Graves at St Tudno's churchyard, Gt Orme
  • Llandudno: Ted yr Ogof memorial
  • Llandudno: Walter Beaumont memorial
  • Llandudno Junction: War memorial
  • Llandudno: Penrhynside War memorial
  • Abergele: War memorial
  • Abergele: Mass grave of train-crash victims
  • Colwyn Bay: Colwyn Bay War memorial
  • Llanddulas: War memorial
  • Llysfaen war memorial
  • Colwyn Bay: Old Colwyn War memorial
  • Rhos-on-Sea: Graves at Llandrillo-yn-Rhos
  • Towyn: Graves at St Mary’s churchyard
  • Betws-y-coed: Knight effigy, St Michael’s Ch'
  • Betws-y-coed: War memorial
  • Capel Curig: Graves at St Julitta’s churchyard
  • Capel Curig: War memorial
  • Capel Garmon: War memorial
  • Dolgarrog: Dam disaster memorial
  • Dolgarrog: War memorial
  • Dolwyddelan: War memorial
  • Eglwysbach: War memorial
  • Glan Conwy: War memorial
  • Llanddoged war memorial
  • Llanrwst: War memorial
  • Penmachno: War memorial
  • Rowen: Conwy Scouts war memorial
  • Talybont: War memorial
  • Trefriw: War memorial
  • Hiraethog: Cerrigydrudion War memorial
  • Llangernyw: Margaret Sandbach window
  • Llansannan: War memorial
  • Llansannan: Writers’ memorial
  • Hiraethog: Carreg Llywelyn, Pentrefoelas
  • Ysbyty Ifan: War memorial
  • Bodelwyddan: British war graves
  • Bodelwyddan: Canadian war graves
  • Corwen: Carrog war memorial
  • Corwen: Corwen war memorial
  • Corwen: Glyndyfrdwy war memorial
  • Corwen: Owain Glyndŵr statue
  • Denbigh: War memorial
  • Llandegla: War memorial
  • Llangollen: War memorial
  • Prestatyn: Churchyard graves
  • Prestatyn: War memorial
  • Rhyl: 1853 lifeboat tragedy memorial
  • Rhyl: Belgian refugee memorial
  • Rhyl: War memorial
  • Ruthin: Tom Pryce Formula 1 memorial
  • Ruthin: War memorial
  • St Asaph: Bible translators’ memorial
  • St Asaph: Dic Aberdaron’s grave
  • St Asaph: Graves outside cathedral
  • St Asaph: Mary Short memorial fountain
  • St Asaph: War memorial
  • Tremeirchion: Knight effigy, Trem' church
  • Tremeirchion: Priest effigy, Trem' church
  • Caerwys: Effigy of un-named lady
  • Ffynnongroyw: War memorial
  • Flint: Eirene White memorial
  • Hawarden: The Gladstone Monument
  • Shotton: Henry Weale VC memorial
  • Whitford: War memorial
  • Abergwyngregyn: War memorial
  • Bangor: North Wales Heroes’ Memorial
  • Bangor: Railway Institute war memorial
  • Bangor: Post Office war memorials
  • Bangor: War memorial
  • Bethesda: Quarry strike memorial
  • Bethesda: War memorial
  • Caernarfon: Ellen Edwards memorial
  • Caernarfon: Lionel Rees VC memorial
  • Caernarfon: Sir Llewelyn Turner memorial
  • Caernarfon: Sir William Preece memorial
  • Caernarfon: War memorial
  • Y Felinheli: War memorial
  • Cwm-y-glo: Explosion memorial
  • Deiniolen: Boat-accident victims' graves
  • Llanberis: Helicopter crash memorial
  • Llanberis: War memorial
  • Llanrug: War memorial hall
  • Aberdaron: War memorial
  • Criccieth: Memorial to drowned boys
  • Criccieth: War memorial
  • Nefyn: War memorial
  • Pwllheli: War memorial
  • Aberdyfi: Commando memorial
  • Aberdyfi: war memorial
  • Arthog war memorial
  • Bala: War memorial
  • Barmouth: War memorial
  • Dolgellau war memorial
  • Dyffryn Ardudwy: War memorial
  • Harlech: War memorial
  • Llanbedr: War Memorial
  • Llwyngwril: War memorial
  • Pennal: War memorials
  • Tywyn: War memorial
  • In memory of Robert D Williams
  • Blaenau Ffestiniog: Oakeley Quarries war memorial
  • Blaenau Ffestiniog: RAF air crashes memorial
  • Llan Ffestiniog: War memorial
  • Maentwrog: War memorial
  • Porthmadog: Dutch Commando memorial
  • Porthmadog: War memorial
  • Porthmadog: William Madocks memorial
  • Talysarn: R Williams Parry memorial
  • Abergavenny: Monmouthshire Regiment
  • Abergavenny: Railway war memorial
  • Abergavenny: War memorial FWW
  • Abergavenny: War memorial SWW
  • Llanfihangel Crucorney: War memorials
  • Monmouth: War memorial
  • Usk: Boer War memorial
  • Usk: War memorial
  • Bedlinog: War memorial
  • Merthyr Tydfil: Boxer Cuthbert Taylor’s memorial
  • Banwen: St Patrick memorial stone
  • Neath: War memorial in St Thomas’ Church
  • East Newport: Transport war memorial
  • Newport city: Arctic Convoys memorial
  • Newport City: Cenotaph
  • Newport City: Merchant Navy memorial
  • Newport city: Boy sailor's memorial
  • Carew: War memorial
  • Haverfordwest: Protestant martyr's memorial
  • Milford Haven: RAF bomber crash memorial
  • Pembroke: War memorial
  • St Davids: Effigy of Gerald of Wales
  • St Davids: Lifeboat memorial 1910
  • St Davids: Lifeboat memorial 1956
  • Tenby: War memorial
  • Abermule: War memorial
  • Brecon: Dr Frances Hoggan memorial
  • Brecon: War memorial
  • Brecon: War memorials in Cathedral
  • Builth Wells: War memorial
  • Cemmaes: War memorial
  • Crickhowell: War memorial
  • Glasbury: War memorials
  • Hay-on-Wye: War memorial
  • Hay-on-Wye: German & other war graves
  • Knighton: Sir Richard Green Price monument
  • Llanbrynmair: War memorial
  • Llandinam: War memorial
  • Llandrindod Wells: Cemetery war graves
  • Llandrindod Wells: County School war memorials
  • Llandrindod Wells: Red Cross memorial trees
  • Llandrindod Wells: War memorial
  • Llanfyllin: War memorial
  • Llanwrtyd Wells: War memorial
  • Machynlleth: War memorial
  • Mochdre & Penstrowed: war memorial
  • Newtown: Memorial gates
  • Newtown: Robert Owen statue
  • Newtown: War memorial
  • Penybont: War memorial
  • Rhayader: war memorial
  • Talgarth: War graves in churchyard
  • Talgarth: War memorial
  • Welshpool: William Waring VC memorial
  • Welshpool: War memorial
  • Ystradgynlais: War memorial
  • Brynna: War memorial
  • Church Village: War memorial
  • Cwmaman: war memorial
  • Llanharan war memorial
  • Pontypridd: Anthem writers’ memorial
  • Tonyrefail: War memorial
  • Gower: Port Eynon lifeboat memorial
  • Loughor: Evan Roberts memorial and grave
  • Pontarddulais: War memorial
  • Swansea city: Air-raid victims’ memorial
  • Swansea city: Ann Hatton memorial
  • Swansea city: Memorial to Jessie Donaldson
  • Swansea city: Police war memorials
  • Swansea SA1: Merchant Navy memorial
  • Cwmbrân: War memorial
  • Llanfrechfa: War memorials
  • Pontypool war memorial
  • Barry: David Davies statue
  • Barry: Merchant Navy memorial
  • Bonvilston: war memorial
  • Cowbridge: war memorial
  • Dinas Powys: war memorial
  • Llantwit Major: war memorial
  • Wenvoe: war memorial
  • St Nicholas: war memorial
  • Bwlchgwyn: War memorial
  • Chirk: War memorial
  • Llay: War memorial
  • Rossett: War memorials
  • Rossett:: Burton war memorial
  • Ruabon: War memorial
  • Wrexham: Boer and Waziristan war memorials, St Giles' Church
  • Wrexham: David Lord VC memorial
  • Wrexham: War memorials
  • Llanfairpwll: Llanfairpwll rail station
  • Holyhead: Porth Thomas Hughes
  • Menai Bridge: Belgian Promenade
  • Menai Bridge: Bro Helen Rowlands
  • Menai Bridge: Bulkeley Arms & Uxbridge Sq'
  • Menai Bridge: Coed Cyrnol reserve
  • Menai Bridge: Dale Street or Cilbedlam
  • Menai Bridge: Eastward view of Menai Strait
  • Menai Bridge: Ffordd y Ffair or Wood Street
  • Menai Bridge: Llyn y Felin and Llyn Gas
  • Menai Bridge: Ynys y Moch
  • Menai Bridge: Liverpool Arms & Ffordd Cynan
  • Point Lynas
  • Cardiff City Centre: Clwb Ifor Bach
  • Cardiff City Centre: Golate
  • Cardiff City Centre: The Goat Major pub
  • Cardiff City Centre: The Owain Glyndŵr
  • Cardiff City Centre: Womanby Street
  • Whitchurch: The Three Elms and Gwaun Treoda
  • Efailwen: Caffi Beca
  • Kidwelly: Kidwelly place name explained
  • Kidwelly: Princess Gwenllian Centre
  • Laugharne: Brixtarw
  • Laugharne: Sir John’s Hill
  • Blaenplwyf: Twll Twrw or Monk’s Cave
  • Capel Curig & Dolwyddelan: names explained
  • Capel Curig: Cobden's Hotel
  • Capel Curig: Llynnau Mymbyr viewpoint
  • Conwy: Conwy place name explained
  • Conwy: Berry Street
  • Conwy: Conwy Mountain viewpoint names
  • Conwy: Llansanffraid Glan Conwy
  • Conwy: The 'Mulberry' wartime secret
  • Deganwy: Offshore place-names
  • Llandudno: Llandudno place name explained
  • Llandudno: Great Orme viewpoint
  • Llanrwst: Steam Packet Lane
  • Penmaenmawr: place name explained
  • Penmaenmawr: Foel Lus viewpoint
  • Rhos on Sea: place name explained
  • Rhos on Sea: The Cayley Flyer
  • Llandudno: John Bright’s Paddock
  • Corwen: Tollgate Café, near Glyndyfrdwy
  • Llangollen: Llangollen place name explained
  • Llangollen: Ham and Egg Square
  • Prestatyn: Prestatyn place name explained
  • Rhyl: Rhyl place name explained
  • Rhyl: Edith Vizard Memorial Home
  • St Asaph & Rhuddlan: place names explained
  • St Asaph: Gemig Street
  • St Asaph: The Talardy Hotel
  • Caerwys: Caerwys place name explained
  • Caerwys: The Piccadilly Inn
  • Ffynnongroyw & Mostyn: names explained
  • Ffynnongroyw: Llinegr
  • Lloc: The Rock Inn
  • Mold: place name explained
  • Mold: The Gold Cape
  • 'Gwynedd' place name
  • Abersoch: Hell’s Mouth or Porth Neigwl
  • Bethesda: Llyn Ogwen A5 viewpoint
  • Brynrefail: Craig yr Undeb
  • Brynrefail: Pen y Llyn viewpoint
  • Brynrefail: Y Caban
  • Caernarfon: place-name explained
  • Caernarfon: Dinas Dinlle
  • Llanberis: place name explained
  • Llanberis: Coed Doctor
  • Llanfaglan: Pont Sling
  • Nefyn & Llithfaen: place names explained
  • Nant Gwrtheyrn: Caffi Meinir
  • Portmadog: Lombard Street
  • Porthmadog: Porthmadog Cob viewpoint
  • Tywyn: Marconi Bungalows
  • Merthyr Tydfil: Y Dic Penderyn
  • Abergavenny: town name explained
  • Abergavenny: The Railway Inn
  • Llanvetherine: Caggle Street
  • Abergavenny: Flannel Street
  • The John Wallace Linton
  • River Ebbw and Nant Pencarn
  • Haverfordwest: Fortune’s Frolic
  • Brecon: Viaduct House
  • Hay-on-Wye: Gipsy Castle Lane
  • Welshpool: place name explained
  • Welshpool: Pool Quay
  • Gibbet Hill and Washing Lake
  • Salubrious Passage
  • Gower: Brandy Cove
  • Cwmbrân: Castell-y-bwch
  • Cwmbrân: Cwrt Henllys restaurant
  • Cwmbrân: The Dorallt Inn
  • Cwmbrân: The John Fielding
  • Llanfairpwll: Lord Nelson statue
  • Malltraeth: Cob Malltraeth folk song
  • Newborough: Marram grass sculpture
  • Guardian monument, near Abertillery
  • Caerphilly: National Anthem writers’ memorial
  • Caerphilly: Site of harpist family’s home
  • Caerphilly: Tommy Cooper statue
  • Bute Park: River Taff
  • Bute Park: The People's Door
  • Canton: Chapter Arts Centre
  • Canton: JMW Turner painting 1795
  • Cardiff Bay: Craft in the Bay gallery
  • Cardiff Bay: Jazz singer Patti Flynn’s memorial
  • City centre: Organ of St John’s Church
  • City centre: Welsh Lovespoon Gallery
  • City centre: World’s oldest record shop
  • City centre: Aneurin Bevan statue
  • City centre: Bust of Princess Diana
  • City centre: Bust of Prince Charles
  • City centre: Javanese Gamelan
  • City centre: The Stuttgart Window
  • Carmarthen: Oriel Myrddin Gallery
  • New Quay: Wales Coast Path sculpture
  • Conwy: JC Ibbetson painting of 1794
  • Conwy: Conwy Golf Club paintings
  • Conwy: JMW Turner painting location
  • Conwy: Marble sculptures, St Michael's Church
  • Conwy: R.C.A. Art Gallery
  • Conwy: We Are Seven grave
  • Dolgarrog: Carving of Garrog beast
  • Eglwysbach: Bethania Chapel and organ
  • Eglwysbach: Burial place of the Garrog
  • Eglwysbach: Composer O Williams’ former home
  • Hiraethog: Pentrefoelas fairy tales
  • Llandudno: Britain’s oldest Punch & Judy
  • Llandudno: Former Grand Theatre
  • Llandudno: Former shop of Postcard King
  • Llandudno: Oriel Mostyn art gallery
  • Llandudno: The Bandstand
  • Llandudno: Venue Cymru
  • Llandudno: White Rabbit statue, West Shore
  • Llandudno Junction: Welsh pony sculpture
  • Penmaenbach: Painting of 1899 train accident
  • Corwen: Novelist EP Morgan's family shop
  • Denbigh: Twm o’r Nant's former home
  • Prestatyn: Scala Arts Centre
  • Rhyl: Former Cheetham’s cinema
  • St Asaph: Elwy Bank
  • St Asaph: Henry Morton Stanley sculpture
  • St Asaph: ‘Pack up your troubles’ house
  • St Asaph: Poet Felicia Hemans’ former home
  • St Asaph: The Song School
  • Holywell: Pilgrim’s Way mural, Greenfield
  • Mold: Novelist Daniel Owen's former shop
  • Bala: Hymn society’s founding place
  • Bala: Statue of TE Ellis MP
  • Bala: Thomas Charles statue
  • Bangor: Hymn writer Isalaw’s birthplace
  • Bangor: Novelist Islwyn Ffowc Elis’ old home
  • Bangor: Stone lions, Britannia Bridge
  • Barmouth: Dragon carved by WW1 refugee
  • Beddgelert: Grave of legendary dog Gelert
  • Bethesda: Caradog Prichard's childhood home
  • Bethesda: Quarry bugler sculpture
  • Caernarfon: David Lloyd George statue
  • Caernarfon: Ex-home of composer Dilys E Edwards
  • Caernarfon: Ex-home of musician Dilys W Williams
  • Caernarfon: Ex-home of poet T Gwynn Jones
  • Caernarfon: Ex-home of poet William Morris
  • Caernarfon: Ex-home of singer Leila Megane
  • Caernarfon: Paintings in the Institute
  • Caernarfon: Translator T Hudson-Williams' ex-home
  • Llanbedrog: Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw
  • Llanbedrog: Sculpture on headland
  • Nantlle: Richard Wilson painting viewpoint
  • Pwllheli: Birthplace of poet Cynan
  • Talysarn: Nantlle bandroom
  • Tywyn: Llys Elen Egryn
  • Abergavenny: Novelist Ethel White's birthplace
  • Abergavenny: Organist Throne Biggs' ex-home
  • Fishguard: Last Invasion tapestry
  • Milford Haven: Energy workers’ monument
  • Brecon: Actress Sarah Siddons' birthplace
  • Llanidloes: Quilt Association headquarters
  • Machynlleth: MOMA Wales art gallery
  • Newtown: Oriel Davies
  • Gower: Pennard Castle myths
  • Mumbles: The Lovespoon Gallery
  • Swansea Waterfront: Mission Gallery
  • Amlwch: St Eilian’s Well, Llaneilian
  • Amlwch: Site of chemical works
  • Amlwch: Porth Llanlleiana
  • City Dulas: Morris brothers’ farm
  • Holyhead: Anti-Irish protest site
  • Holyhead: Ffynnon y Wrach
  • Holyhead: Site of Station Hotel
  • Holyhead: Site of breakwater railway
  • Llanddaniel-fab: NASA space officer’s school
  • Llanddona: Site of witches’ landing
  • Llanfaethlu: Porth Trefadog
  • Llanfairpwll: Pwllfanogl
  • Malltraeth: Site of RAF Bodorgan
  • Newborough: Ynys Llanddwyn
  • Penmon: Former limestone quarries
  • Red Wharf Bay: Castell Mawr
  • Red Wharf Bay: Site of first Land Rover drawing
  • Rhoscolyn: Old Mona Marble quarry
  • Rhosneigr: Great Escape survivor’s club
  • Rhosneigr: Site of wartime air tragedy
  • Traeth Bychan: Site of HMS Thetis beaching
  • Valley: Site of Holyhead workhouse
  • Caerphilly town: Site of Castle Cinema
  • Caerphilly town: Site of Caerphilly Miners' Hospital
  • Caerphilly town: Site of Tŷ Vaughan
  • Caerphilly town: Site of first doctor’s surgery
  • Cwmcarn: Site of Cwmcarn Colliery
  • Bute Park: Site of Blackfriars’ Friary
  • Butetown: Site of canal sea lock
  • Butetown: Site of canal swing bridge
  • Butetown: Site of Glamorganshire Canal
  • Cardiff Bay: Site of pleasure steamer terminal
  • Cathays: Cross-dressing PoW’s arrest site
  • Cathays: Site of canal aqueduct, North Road
  • City centre; Site of Cardiff Baths
  • City centre: Cardiff Central Market
  • City centre: Site of Crockherbtown lock
  • City centre: Site of Custom House Bridge
  • City centre: Site of Empire Pool
  • City Centre: Site of first BBC broadcast in Wales
  • City centre: Site of first Brain's brewery
  • City centre: Site of canal, Mill Lane
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  • City Centre: The Bear Shop
  • City Centre: Wally’s Delicatessen
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  • Gabalfa: Glamorganshire Canal route
  • Llandaff: Glamorganshire Canal route, Hailey Park
  • Llandaff: Site of Cow & Snuffers canal lock
  • Llandaff: W Clarke sculpture works
  • Sophia Gardens: Home of Glamorgan CCC
  • Tongwynlais: Glamorganshire Canal route
  • Cenarth: Site of RAF bomber crash
  • Hendy: Site of fatal Rebecca Riot
  • Johnstown: Athletic Park rugby ground
  • Johnstown: Site of army & PoW camp
  • Laugharne: Former port
  • Laugharne: Site of Coygan Cave
  • Llandybie: The Glynhir Estate
  • Llandyfaelog: Peter Williams & the village
  • Marros: Wartime minefield remains
  • Pembrey: Former bomb-filling factory
  • Pembrey: Site of dynamite factory
  • Pendine: MoD firing range
  • Pendine: Site of 'Snowdrop Marble' mason’s home
  • Pendine: Site of US Army landing exercise
  • St Clears: Thomas Charles’ childhood home
  • Whitland: Site of Whitland Abbey
  • Aberaeron: Site of aerial cableway
  • Aberarth: Site of medieval port
  • Aberystwyth: Alltwen, Tanybwlch
  • Aberystwyth: Aquila shipwreck site 1861
  • Aberystwyth: Site of Mary Celeste-style wreck
  • Borth: Organic pioneer Dinah Williams' farm
  • Cardigan: Site of Three Mariners Inn
  • Gilfachreda: Former Y Wern estate
  • Tregaron: Market square
  • Llanrwst: Ancaster Square
  • Llanrwst: Former Venedocian printing works
  • Llanrwst: Former shop of nine FWW brothers
  • Llanrwst: Site of Prisoner of War camp
  • Llanrwst: Site of workhouse
  • Belgian refugee tailors’ shop
  • Conwy Culture Centre
  • Conwy Golf Club
  • Conwy Marina
  • Conwy Mussel Centre
  • Conwy workhouse site
  • First female solicitor's office
  • Iron Age hillfort, Conwy Mountain
  • Parisella's ice cream kiosk
  • Site of army camp, Morfa Conwy
  • Source of Conwy Castle stone
  • Site of Parlwr Mawr
  • Site of bombed farm, Bryn Morfa
  • Site of Dr Garrett’s Memorial Home
  • Wartime isolation hospital
  • Former home of Indian spy
  • Site of Colwyn Bay Hotel
  • Site of the Rothesay Hotel
  • Site of tramway at Coed Pella
  • Site of Victoria Pier
  • Site of wartime diamond factory
  • Mochdre: Site of anti-tithe riot
  • Mochdre: World's first rail water troughs
  • Old Colwyn: Richard II's ambush site
  • Old Colwyn: Site of tram terminus
  • Old Colwyn: Site of tramway, Abergele Road
  • Site of Greenfield Road tram terminus
  • Site of original tram terminus
  • Site of pierrot theatre
  • Former Deganwy dock
  • Former home of Titanic officer Harold Lowe
  • Shore view, Llandudno Junction south
  • German PoW assault site, Bryniau Farm
  • Llandudno Junction: Site of steam train depot
  • Llandudno Junction: Site of 1944 plane crash
  • Llanrhos: St Mary’s Well and Crogfryn
  • Deganwy: Site of Deganwy Castle
  • Deganwy: Site of bathing pool complex
  • Airship repair site 1918, Llandudno
  • Arnold war heroes’ shop, Llandudno
  • Australian Prime Minister’s boyhood home
  • Childhood home of USA's first female senator
  • Former artillery school HQ
  • Former Home Guard HQ, Llandudno
  • Former Royal Naval club
  • Former suffragists’ office
  • Former US Army Mess
  • Former Winter Gardens
  • Former Zaloudek fashion shop
  • Great Orme copper mines
  • Gunnery school site, Great Orme
  • Llandudno Museum
  • Lloyd George salute site
  • Pier Pavilion site
  • Post Office whistleblower’s ex-shop, Craig-y-Don
  • Queen of Romania's hotel
  • RAF hero family’s home
  • RAF Logo Man’s Former Home
  • Rest and Be Thankful
  • Site of Alice Liddell’s holiday home, West Shore
  • Site of corner tram stop
  • Site of cottage hospital
  • Site of Mostyn Broadway tramway
  • Site of Mostyn Street tramway
  • Snooker star’s former hotel, Craig-y-Don
  • Suffragist pioneers’ meeting place
  • Tennis star’s former office, Llandudno
  • The Home Front museum, Llandudno
  • U-boat rendezvous 1915, Great Orme
  • War hero Rhydwen Jones’ family shop
  • Former home of mines inspector
  • Caerhun: Site of Canovium Roman fort
  • Dolgarrog: Aluminium factory site
  • Dolgarrog: Former upland railways
  • Dolgarrog: Site of Porth Llwyd Hotel
  • Eglwysbach: View from river bridge
  • Tal-y-cafn: Site of Ferry Hotel
  • American plane crash site, above Penmaenmawr
  • Prehistoric stone circles
  • Site of Plas Mawr
  • Penmaenmawr promenade
  • Site of Violet’s Leap, Penmaenbach
  • War hero’s former home, Sychnant Pass
  • Site of German ship rescue
  • Penmaenbach: Site of RAF plane crash
  • Graiglwyd Hall
  • Colwyn Bay Cricket Club ground
  • Prince Madog's American departure site 1170
  • Site of Rhos-on-Sea pier
  • Site of tramway, Rhos-on-Sea promenade
  • Site of tram depot, Penrhyn Avenue
  • Sportsman Wilf Wooller’s birthplace
  • Wreck of steamer Rhosneigr, Rhos-on-Sea
  • Penrhyn Bay: Site of Little Orme quarry
  • Penrhyn Bay: Site of tramway at beach
  • Penrhyn Bay: The Little Orme
  • Penrhynside: Site of tramway crossing
  • Llansannan: Site of Dyffryn Aled PoW camp
  • Corwen: Site of Corwen Pavilion
  • Llandegla: St Tegla’s Well
  • Llangollen: Llangollen museum
  • Llangollen: Site of tentering racks
  • Prestatyn: American Civil War shipwreck
  • Rhuddlan: Site of first castle
  • Rhyl: Belle Vue stadium
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  • Rhyl: Submerged bungalow site
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  • Deeside: ‘Royal Charter’ shipyard site
  • Deeside: Wales Coast Path terminus
  • Hawarden: Site of Emma Hamilton's childhood home
  • Holywell: St Winefride’s Well
  • Queensferry: Site of WW1 internment camp
  • Talacre: Point of Ayr Colliery site
  • Talacre: Site of evacuees’ village
  • Abergwyngregyn: Site of German plane crash
  • Abergwyngregyn: Site of rifle range
  • Countess Haig’s final home
  • Crosville bus depot site, Beach Road
  • Dickie’s boatyard site
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  • Faenol: Old rail tunnels & PoW camp site
  • Former diamond factory, High Street
  • Former home of D-Day engineer, Bangor
  • Parc Bryn Cegin prehistoric site
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  • Site of 1845 fishery dispute
  • Site of London University science labs
  • Site of wartime camp, Beach Road
  • War writer's former home, Bangor
  • Treborth: HMS Conway grounding site
  • Abandoned cemetery
  • Christmas murder victim's family home
  • Former home of Elizabeth Williams
  • Railway station site
  • Penrhyn slate quarry
  • Aberdaron: Co-operative quarry site
  • Aberdaron: Pilgrims' departure site, Porth Meudwy
  • Aberdaron: Site of barytes mine & pier
  • Aberdaron: Site of manganese tramroad
  • Aberdaron: Old jasper quarry, Mynydd Carreg
  • Criccieth: Owen Morris shipwreck 1907
  • Criccieth: Post office damaged by suffragettes
  • Criccieth: Route of old Post Road
  • Llanbedrog: Shipwreckers’ hanging site
  • Nefyn: Herring fishery site
  • Nefyn: Iron Age community site, Garn Boduan
  • Nefyn: Site of cable station, Abergeirch
  • Nefyn: Site of PoW labour camp
  • Porth Colmon: Site of whisky shipwreck
  • Porthdinllaen: Harbour
  • Pwllheli: Pwllheli harbour
  • Pwllheli: Site of Plaid Cymru's founding
  • Pwllheli: Site of Victorian vicarage
  • Pwllheli: Site of 1899 boating accident
  • Tudweiliog: Porth Ysgaden
  • Uwchmynydd: Ffynnon Fair holy well
  • Uwchmynydd: Mynydd Mawr viewpoint
  • Caernarfon railway station (WHR)
  • Childhood home of Val Feld, Caernarfon
  • Dinas rail station
  • Ex-home of quarrymen’s leader RT Jones
  • Former clock shop of first Archdruid
  • Former home of broadcaster IB Griffith
  • Former home of Captain Robert Thomas
  • Former home of Ellis Davies MP
  • Former home of journalist John Eilian
  • Former home of Rev JE Hughes
  • Site of Anglesey ferry terminal
  • Site of baths and County School
  • Site of Brunswick Ironworks
  • Site of Caernarfon railway station
  • Site of Caernarfon Pavilion
  • Site of 1st county library in Wales
  • Site of Griffiths Crossing station
  • Site of Herald newspaper office
  • Site of Lewis Jones’ birthplace
  • Site of Plas Puleston
  • Turf Square
  • Uxbridge Square
  • Bontnewydd: Site of PoW camp
  • Dinas Dinlle: Caernarfon airfield
  • Canolfan Ambiwlans Awyr Cymru, Dinas Dinlle
  • Llanfaglan: Y Foryd and Fort Belan
  • Waunfawr: Marconi transmitting station site
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  • Y Felinheli: Dinas boatyard
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  • Site of iron-ore ropeway terminal
  • Site of Snowdon copper store
  • Snowdon Race starting point
  • Wartime bomb store entrance
  • Dinorwig: Allt Ddu
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  • Dinorwig: Giant quarry pit
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  • Dinorwig: Allt Ddu quarry remains
  • Dinorwig: Chwarel Fawr quarry site
  • Dinorwig: Lower Garret viewpoint
  • Gilfach Ddu: Former Vivian slate quarry
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  • Bl. Ffestiniog: Site of Cwmorthin slate mill
  • Penrhyndeudraeth: Portmeirion village
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  • Borth-y-Gest: Prehistoric huts site
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  • Penygroes: Inigo Jones Slate Works
  • Talysarn: Nantlle railway station site
  • Penydarren Park
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  • Abergavenny: Suffragette protest site
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  • Chepstow: Wales Coast Path terminus
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  • Monmouth: Grace Dieu Abbey site, Llangattock-Vibon-Avel
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  • Usk: Ffynnon Gybi well, Llangybi
  • Usk: Site of japanware factory
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  • Pill: Site of seamen’s lodgings
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  • St Brides: Mesolithic axe and bead factory site
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  • Amroth: Site of D-Day landings exercise
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  • Llanymynech: Site of Four Crosses creamery
  • Machynlleth: Baseball star’s former home
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  • Machynlleth: Golf course
  • Machynlleth: Laura Ashley's first shop
  • Machynlleth: Site of town hall
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  • Llantwit Fardre: Former Gilbern car factory
  • Black Pill: Site of railway bridge
  • City centre: Former clock factory, Wind St
  • City centre: Site of Princess Lilian's home
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Royal Welsh Yacht Club, Caernarfon

The home of the Royal Welsh Yacht Club – the gatehouse known as Porth-yr-Aur – is believed to be the oldest premises owned by any sailing club. The structure was built c.1284 as the West Gate, or Watergate, of the walled town.

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The club moved in to Porth-yr-Aur in 1854. Facilities included a reading room and billiard room. The drawing (courtesy of the RWYC) shows a Victorian regatta, with Porth-yr-Aur on the right.

In 1856 a warden’s bedroom was created in the loft. The warden from 1890 was Crimean War veteran Sgt Major William Tegarty, who wore the club’s uniform (blue coat and white or blue waistcoat). He died at the club house in 1898 and was succeeded by his widow Elizabeth, whose daughter Augusta became the warden in 1912. The club’s Tegarty Bar is named in their honour.

The RWYC’s first Commodore was Henry Paget, the first Marquis of Anglesey. He commanded the cavalry under the Duke of Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo, where he lost his right leg.

The club’s first Vice-Commodore was the engineer Robert Stephenson, designer of the Britannia Bridge across the Menai Strait. The first Rear-Commodore and founder of the club was Sir Llewelyn Turner , Mayor of Caernarfon.

Club members have achieved great seafaring accomplishments, including major ocean crossings and circumnavigations of the world. Among them was Victoria Cross winner Lionel Rees , who in 1933 sailed his yacht solo to the Bahamas, Florida and New York, a feat which earned him a medal from the Cruising Club of America.

The club continues to organise sailing, rowing and social events, including the annual regatta.

With thanks to Mo Judge, of Caernarfon Civic Society

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Royal Welsh Yacht Club

The Royal Welsh Yacht Club was founded in 1847 under the following circumstances : Previous to this year there had been several regattas held at Carnarvon, which had been got up through the efforts of the late Sir Llewelyn Turner, who was the first Rear-Commodore of the club, and who, later on, succeeded to the office of Commodore. These were well patronized by the gentry of the neighbourhood, who subscribed liberally to the funds, enabling the committee to offer substantial prizes, which resulted in keen com­petition by some of the crack vessels of the day from Dublin, Cork, the North of Ireland, Liverpool, and many other parts.

When, on a visit to the Harwich Regatta in 1846, Mr. Knight, the Rear-Commodore of the Royal Harwich Yacht Club, who had attended some of these regattas at Carnarvon, suggested to Sir Llewelyn the desirability of the establishment at Carnarvon of a club to be called the Royal Welsh Yacht Club, the idea was at once taken up, and on his return Sir Llewelyn immediately set to work to put the project in motion. With the co-operation of the late Mr. Griffith, of Llanfair Hall, near Carnarvon, Mr. Pennant Lloyd (then Captain Iremonger) and others, the proposal soon became a reality. The club was formed, and on May 5, 1847, it received the warrant of the Lords of the Admiralty authorizing the fleet to wear the blue ensign of Her Majesty’s fleet, and three days later Queen Adelaide, the Queen-Dowager, bestowed her patronage upon the new club.

The Marquis of Anglesey was for some years Commodore, and the late Mr. Assheton Smith, of fox-hunting fame, the owner of Titania, was Vice-Commodore. The latter owner raced  Titania  against the famous  America  on August 29, 1851.  Titania  was, a year later, almost destroyed by fire at Cowes.

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