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Neyland Slip Beach photo

An historic fence at Neyland

The area around the old Great Western Railway terminus at Neyland has been landscaped and turned into a pleasant area where one can take in the views. The barrier along the edge of the quay has been constructed from original iron rails dating back to c1850 and with 'GWR' still stamped into the metal.

© Gordon Hatton and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

Taken at: Neyland Slip Beach, South Wales

Date taken / added: 20th Oct 2012

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