|History in West Wales|
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|Narrow Area||Carmarthenshire , Ceredigion , Pembrokeshire , Wales General , Overseas |
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|Widen Area||Wales / West Wales|
The Gwili Steam Railway
The Gwili Railway is a living reminder of a Great Western Railway branch line set in the breathtaking Carmarthenshire hills. The trip down memory lane starts at Bronwydd Arms Station, and the steam train follows the route, originally taken by the Carmarthen to Aberystwyth line. A sharp climb out of Bronwydd village takes you through the wooded hills and open fields, hugging the river all the while. On this line, you are never far away from water!
Llanrhystud Village Information
Llanrhystud village community near Aberystwyth, west Wales, everything you want to know about the history, local shops, pub the Black Lion and bed & breakfasts of Llanrhystud.
Laugharne is a unique place, both in Wales and the U.K. Visitors will get a warm welcome, the sort of welcome that has encouraged so many to not only come here, but stay. If you want arcades or discos this is probably not the place for you. However if you want to come and \"relax\" in a friendly environment, this is the place. Laugharne has many pubs, good restaurants, good accommodation and is close to all many attractions-beaches, hills, good walks etc.
Pembrokeshire Ancestors of Emily Rosannah Feild
Genealogical site tracing the Pembrokeshire Roots of the families of Feild, Ferrior, Andrew, Elliot, Davies, Cornock, Hoar, Thomas and Rowe. All these families are from South Pembrokeshire and mainly in Rhos.
Tim Bowen Antiques
Tim and Betsan Bowen live and work in the estuary village of Ferryside. Their location in the heart of West Wales allows them not only to live in a place they love, but also to have access to the best Welsh oak, country furniture and folk art.
41st Foot Re-enactment Society
Formed at the end of June 2002 in South Wales by a group of experienced Napoleonic re-enactors, the 41st. Regt. Foot aim to portray this fine regiment as they would have been during the Early 19th Century and the War of 1812. During this period the 41st Foot was based in Canada and took part in many of the key battles of the war.
Wales on Britannia, where you will find a wealth of information on Welsh culture, language, traditions and history presented by your guide Peter Williams.
National Library of Wales
The National Library of Wales offers access to books, maps, manuscripts, archives, pictures, photographs and electronic resources relating to Wales and the Welsh people, especially Welsh history, culture and family history.
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