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This Victorian umbrella stand is believed to have once stood in the Entrance Hall greeting guests into the mansion.*
*from an information board next to the artwork…

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The Elan Valley is a place of childhood memories. As a family we visited often at the end of the school  holidays just as the trees were turning to shades of autumn. It has been on our wish list (Mr C and I) as a place to visit for over 20 years. On the occasion [...]

24 Comments CherryPie on Sep 11th 2018

The second location from my recent excursions is finally revealed.

Craig Goch
Craig Goch, the highest upstream of the series of dams in the Elan Valley, is often referred to as the ‘top dam’. It is located at a height of 1040 feet (317m) above sea level. As with all the dams, work started with the arrival [...]

18 Comments CherryPie on Sep 6th 2018

… from my previous post

I revealed the first of those photographs as Pitchford Hall.

My next blog post will reveal the second location from that post. The photo above is a  second teaser to the second location…

I have just returned from a weekend mini break, meeting up with photographer friends, old and new
I have [...]

14 Comments CherryPie on Sep 4th 2018

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