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Vale of Llangollen
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Historic Landscape Characterisation

The Vale of Llangollen: Llangollen
Photographs of character area

CPAT PHOTO 1766-08 Llangollen, Castell Dinas Brān, and Creigiau Eglwyseg. Photo: CPAT 1766-08.

CPAT PHOTO 1766-216 Bridge across the river Dee at Llangollen. Photo: CPAT 1766-216.

CPAT PHOTO 1766-312 A view from the north-east showing Llangollen nestling in the Dee valley. The dome of the Royal International Pavilion used by the the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod is visible to the right. Photo: CPAT 1766-312.

CPAT PHOTO 1766-210 Llangollen Railway Station, viewed from Llangollen Bridge, now operated by the Llangollen Railway Trust Ltd ( The railway, first opened in 1849, was extended westwards to Corwen in 1865. Photo: CPAT 1766-210.

CPAT PHOTO 1766-221 Characteristic 18th and 19th-century buildings in Chapel Street, Llangollen, overlooked by Dinas Brān in the background. Photo: CPAT 1766-221.

CPAT PHOTO 1766-01 Llangollen from the south-east with the railway station towards the left and the bridge over the river Dee towards the centre. Photo: CPAT 1766-01.