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Wesley Road, Bwlchgwyn

This picture, c1969, was taken from the bottom of the lane at the side of Brooklyn, across the main road to Wesley Road. The white house in the centre of the picture is Brythonfa, to the left is the house at the top of Fronheulog Hill, at the far right, just visible at the edge of the picture, are the houses on Stryt Maelor. Bwlchgwyn Gallery

From Brooklyn to Brythonfa, detail

An enlargement of the previous picture, showing just how few trees there used to be at the top of the village. Bwlchgwyn Gallery

Nant-y-Ffrith Waterfall and Fish Pond     Close-up of Waterfall in Nant-y-Ffrith

The Waterfalls and the fish pond at Nant-y-Ffrith, photographed by my father, date unknown but I would guess at late 1930s. Bwlchgwyn Gallery

Close-up of the waterfall in the centre of the picture

Bwlchgwyn from Brooklyn to Cefn Road, 1960s

Bwlchgwyn, looking from the back of Brooklyn, across Graig Wen to Cefn Road. Photograph taken probably in the 60s (after the pylons were erected) possibly with a Kodak Instamatic camera! Bwlchgwyn Gallery

Maes Maelor, originally a footpath leading to the old Roman road

Maes Maelor, originally a public footpath leading to the old Roman road.

Two pictures of Maes Maelor - not strictly Bwlchgwyn, Maes Maelor is roughly that part of Bwlchgwyn beyond the old Bethesda Chapel, past the Four Crosses and along the moors. The lane shown above [now gated] at the far end of the moors, just before the sharp bends, was a public footpath joining the old Roman Road which runs across the picture at the edge of the modern tree planting.

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