Day 138: Bangor to Conwy – Slate & Concrete

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Clwyd, Wales

Underpass, Bangor, Gwynedd.

Layby, Bryn, Gwynedd.

Great Orme’s head from Lavan Sands, Gwynedd.

Slate fence & Puffin Island, Lavan Sands, Conwy.

Slate fence & Puffin Island, Lavan Sands, Conwy.

Slate fence, Penmaen Mawr, Conwy.

Slate fence, Penmaenmawr, Conwy.

Slate fence near Lavan Sands and the Carneddau mountains, Conwy.

Woodland with slate fence, Llanfairfechan, Conwy.

Great Orme’s head from Penmaenmawr, Conwy.

Cliff reinforcement, Penmaenmawr road tunnel, Conwy.

Trio, Penmaenmawr road tunnel, Conwy.

Flyover I, Penmaenmawr, Conwy.

Flyover II, Penmaenmawr, Conwy.

Conwy Castle at dusk I, Conwy.

Conwy Castle at dusk II, Conwy.

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10 thoughts on “Day 138: Bangor to Conwy – Slate & Concrete”

  1. Steve Doherty says:

    Lovely pics. They highlight stuff we’ve perhaps learned to take for granted (like the fences, which are ubiquitous). It’s Penmaenmawr (one word), by the way. It means ‘big stone head’ and is sometimes used as a north Welsh colloquialism for hangover!

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