Day 124: New Quay to Llanon – Regency & Pointers

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Ceredigion, Dyfed, Wales
Trawler Sanderling, New Quay, Ceredigion.

Trawler Sanderling, New Quay, Ceredigion.

New Quay facades, Ceredigion.

New Quay facades, Ceredigion.

Photo Point, New Quay, Ceredigion.

Photo Point, New Quay, Ceredigion.

Llwynon, Little Quay Bay, Ceredigion.

Llwynon, Little Quay Bay, Ceredigion.

New Quay Head, Ceredigion.

New Quay Head, Ceredigion.

Face Off, Cardigan Bay, Ceredigion.

Face Off, Cardigan Bay, Ceredigion.

Neighbours, Aberaeron, Ceredigion.

Neighbours, Aberaeron, Ceredigion.

Harbour Lane, Aberaeron, Ceredigion.

Harbour Lane, Aberaeron, Ceredigion.

Red facade. Aberaeron was centrally planned in the Regency style by architect Edward Haycock.

Red facade. Aberaeron was centrally planned in the Regency style by architect Edward Haycock.

Remains of mediaeval fish traps which were built by the monks of Strata Florida on the approach to Llanon, Ceredigion.

Remains of mediaeval fish traps which were built by the monks of Strata Florida on the approach to Llanon, Ceredigion.

Llanon Cottage, a typical 2-roomed Cardiganshire cottage of the 18th century, Ceredigion.

Llanon Cottage, a typical 2-roomed Cardiganshire cottage of the 18th century, Ceredigion.

Brynllys, Llanon, Ceredigion.

Brynllys, Llanon, Ceredigion.

Mile post, Llanon, Ceredigion.

Mile post, Llanon, Ceredigion.

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