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WILTON BRIDGE AND ROSS: ST. CLEARS AND THE WAY INTO CARMARTHEN

WILTON BRIDGE AND ROSS: ST. CLEARS AND THE WAY INTO CARMARTHEN

Below Ross one crosses the Wye by Wilton bridge (bottom left), with its remarkable pillared sundial bearing an admonitory inscription. The house of John Kyrle, seventeenth century philanthropist and Royalist, is seen through the pillars of Ross market house (bottom right). Just south of the main road, beyond Carmarthen, is the village of St. Clears (top left), the scene of a defeat of Owen Glendower, in 1406. Where the road enters Carmarthen from the east the grimness of the old town is enhanced by the withered oak (top right).

Other pictures from The Oxford and Milford Haven Road


ROMANTIC MONNOW BRIDGE AT MONMOUTH: EASTGATE, GLOUCESTER

LLANSAINTFFRAED CHURCHYARD. AND THE PRIORY CHURCH OF S. MARY, ABERGAVENNY

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