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Bradshaw’s Guide

Precipice Walk, Dolgelly, Wales. Taken between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900. Original: Library of Congress



The town is very romantically situated at the foot of the celebrated Cader Idris, for the exploration of which it will be found necessary to have a guide unless the tourist have an ordnance map. NearLC 3,000 feet high, its summit commands a most extensive panoramic view, with Snowdon on one side, Wrekin on another, Plinlimmon to the South, and the Brecknockshire Beacons beyond. Dolgelley itself is a lovely place, and may be made the centre of many an interesting excursion.

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