Straining Tower - Lake Vyrnwy, Wales

Wales Travel Inspiration - Straining Tower - Lake Vyrnwy, Wales (built in the Lake Vyrnwy supplies Liverpool with water. The water travels along a 70 mile aqueduct which starts at the Straining Tower.

Mount Snowdon

'Snowdon mountain railway - A train on the rack and pinion railway near the Snowdon summit.


The hills allow varied kinds of architecture to be in close proximity. Each works by itself and the totality is a fantasy land to delight the eye and surprise the unsuspecting visitor

Swallow Falls

Swallow Falls is the highest continuous waterfall in Wales. The falls are set on the River Llugwy two miles west of Betws-y-Coed along the to Capel Curig, in the beautiful Gwydir Forest.

Fairy Glen

A guide to the most popular places to visit in the Snowdonia. Fairy Glen, a picturesque gorge which the River Conway flows through on the outskirts of Betws y Coed.

Lake Bala

An illustrated guide to the Snowdonia National Park -Bala Lake.

Llanberis Pass

A guide to the most popular places to visit in Snowdonia. Llanberis Pass, a rugged slate strewn mountain Pass by Mount Snowdon, Wales highest mountain.


Aberdovey, or Aberdyfi, a small Welsh seaside resort on Cardigan Bay. Aberdovey was founded on the shipbuilding industry but developed as a seaside resort in Victorian times.

Bala Lake Railway

The Bala Lake Railway known in Welsh as Rheilffordd Llyn Tegid, runs for 7 kilometres miles) along the south east shore of Lake Bala and was built on a section of the former Ruabon - Barmouth GWR route which was closed in

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