Wednesday, July 29, 2015


Glyn Golfa, Llanfair Railway, Welshpool

One might think that a guy who lives in a place where a cold winter’s night can drop to -30C should have no complaints when summer days roll around that reach +34C like it did today, but I’m here to say that isn’t the case :-) I decided to hide out this evening with the air-conditioning and post a few more postcards.

The Rhallt, Welshpool

These are images of Welshpool in Wales. Dates are unknown.

Llanerchydol Hall, Welshpool

Wikipedia informs me that “The town is also the starting point of the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, a narrow-gauge heritage railway popular with tourists, with its terminus station at Raven Square. The light railway once ran through the town to the Cambrian Line railway station, but today Raven Square, located on the western edge of the town, is the eastern terminus of the line.”

Red Bank, Welshpool

‘They’ tell me that today’s +34C felt like +41C once the humidity was factored in.

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