RECENT WORK - NOVEMBER, SEPTEMBER, JULY, MAY & MARCH 2009

22nd November 2009
Colour images of recent visits to mansions - black and white can be seen in the relevant galleries...

NOVEMEBER 2009:


BEUDIAU Farmstead, Ceredigon 2009


BEUDIAU Farmstead, Ceredigon 2009


BEUDIAU Farmstead, Ceredigon 2009


DERI-ODWYN Farmstead, Ceredigion 2009


DERI-ODWYN Farmstead, Ceredigion 2009

SEPTEMBER 2009:


GWDIG, Carmarthenshire 2009


GWDIG, Carmarthenshire 2009


GWDIG, Carmarthenshire 2009


PEMBREY CWRT, Carmarthenshire 2009


PEMBREY CWRT, Carmarthenshire 2009


PEMBREY CWRT, Carmarthenshire 2009


Gwynfryn Plas, Caernarvonshire


Gwynfryn Plas, Caernarvonshire


Gwynfryn Plas, Interior, Caernarvonshire


Gwynfryn Plas, View from Porch, Caernarvonshire


Talysarn Hall, Caernarvonshire


Talysarn Hall, stable entrance, Caernarvonshire


Talysarn hall, chapel(?), Caernarvonshire


Rear of Talysarn Hall, Caernarvonshire

JULY 2009


Hafod, Ceredigion


Nanteos Stables, Ceredigion


Blaen Blodau, Carmarthenshire


Bronwydd, Ceredigion


Mount Gernos, Ceredigion


Aberduhonw, Breaconshire


The Hermitage, Breaconshire


Little Pool Hall, Monmouthshire


Little Pool Hall, Monmouthshire

MAY 2009


Pencoed Castle (rear side view) Gwent


Pencoed Castle (interior) Gwent


Ruperra Castle (greenhouses) Glamorgan


Ruperra Castle (stable block) Glamorgan


Ruperra Castle (castle, Service Quarters, ruined car) Glamorgan


Ruperra Castle (interior) Glamorgan

Ruperra Castle (collapsed tower)

Candleston Castle, Merthyr Mawr (showing fireplace)Glamorgan

Boverton Place, (low height cellars), nr Llantwit Major, Glamorgan


Boverton Place, nr Llantwit Major, Glamorgan


Boverton Place, nr Llantwit Major, Glamorgan


Great Frampton, a return to... Llantwit Major, Glamorgan


Great Frampton, internal scaffolding, Llantwit major, Glamorgan


MARCH 2009

A return visit to Llanstinan in Pembrokeshire and Tegfynydd in Carmarthenshire can now be found in the relevant galleries.

Tegfynydd, Carmarthenshire

Llanstinan, Pembrokeshire


Llanstinan, Pembrokeshire

Comments

Photo comment By r cooke: its a shame to let these fine places go to ruin .. shame on this country
Photo comment By Tamara Willems: Gorgeous photos, beautiful properties - just such a shame that they fall to ruin. Yet they still seem to hold such beauty! Thanks for these :)
Photo comment By julie jeff nee lunt: my relatives came from talysarn in 1844 these photos are lovely
Photo comment By Robert McCarthy: Such a shame,was it labour policy to increase the rates and death duties, then the roofs were removed to avoid the taxes?
Photo comment By Robert mccarthy: We should be spending on these if only to stop further decline,yet the government gives overseas aid to India, who spends it on space programs!

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