Menai Straits - card posted 1908
Down to the middle of the nineteenth century Wales was almost entirely an agricultural country. Towns were few and served mainly
as markets for the produce of the neighbouring countryside.
Views of the Welsh castle
Early 20th century view of School and Children, and c.1930 Charabanc Trip.
Postcard views of Llandeilo and Dryslwyn castle
Its origins lie with
the Silures, who occupied this fertile area along with lands now found in neighbouring counties.
There is, perhaps, no tract of country in South Wales more beautiful than the Vale of Glamorgan.
Some historical notes about the city of Cardiff.
Welsh and English languages in Cardiff
Known as ‘Europe’s youngest capital’, Cardiff, in south Wales, has re-invented itself as one of Britain’s most buzzing, young-at-heart and stylish cities.
This county in the north-west of Wales is now part of Gwynedd
Sometimes described as 'Little England beyond Wales'.