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THE WYE BRIDGE OF HEREFORD AND THE OLD CATHEDRAL

THE WYE BRIDGE OF HEREFORD AND THE OLD CATHEDRAL

Rising under Plynlymmon within a few miles of the source of the Severn the Wye flows down by Rhayader, Builth Wells and Hay to Hereford, and so through Ross and Chepstow, to join the Severn after flowing 130 miles. Hereford stands, for the most part, on the left bank of the river, which before entering Herefordshire forms the boundary between Radnorshire and Breconshire. Hereford is an excellent starting point for one of the finest boating holidays in Britain-the exploration of the lower Wye through Ross and Monmonth.

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