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Aberamffra hill (A496) from Panorama Road, Barmouth.jpg
Aberamffra hill (A496) from Panorama Road, Barmouth
Perched greenhouse.jpg
Perched greenhouse
The A496 in Llanbedr.jpg
The A496 in Llanbedr
Open Road.jpg
Open Road
Porkington Terrace A496 going out of Barmouth.jpg
Porkington Terrace A496 going out of Barmouth
The south bound entry to the A496 below Pont Maentwrog.jpg
The south bound entry to the A496 below Pont Maentwrog
Pont Felinrhyd-fawr bridge on the A496.jpg
Pont Felinrhyd-fawr bridge on the A496
The old Pont Maentwrog bridge.jpg
The old Pont Maentwrog bridge
Wayside Chip Shop - Geograph - 1350534.jpg
Wayside Chip Shop
This chip shop called the Wayside, between Harlech and Barmouth nestles in a small loop of road that has become isolated due to road straightening.
King Edward St. looking north from the front of the Royal Hotel - Geograph - 709397.jpg
King Edward St. looking north from the front of the Royal Hotel
Harlech level crossing - Geograph - 1067720.jpg
Harlech level crossing
The level crossing is at the very east of the square. The snow-covered peaks of Snowdonia can be seen on the left.
The A 487 at the Llanelltyd bypass and junction with the A496 - Geograph - 723419.jpg
The A 487 at the Llanelltyd bypass and junction with the A496
The Llanelltyd bypass was built because of the traffic bottleneck presented by the old Llanelltyd bridge. The A496, on the right, is the Barmouth road. Cader Idris forms the background.
A496 road into Barmouth - Geograph - 1555124.jpg
A496 road into Barmouth
Ceunant Sych - Geograph - 360364.jpg
Ceunant Sych
Harlech Level Crossing (C) Arthur C Harris - Geograph - 3612132.jpg
Harlech Level Crossing (C) Arthur C Harris
View from Castell Harlech of Arriva train heading south from Harlech.
Tygwyn Level Crossing (C) John Lucas - Geograph - 1074860.jpg
Tygwyn Level Crossing (C) John Lucas
Maentwrog-br1.jpg
The old Maentwrog Bridge, from the new bridge
Maentwrog-br2.jpg
The new Maentwrog Bridge, from the old bridge
Maentwrog-br3.jpg
The old Maentwrog Bridge, from the north end
Maentwrog-br4.jpg
Looking across the new Maentwrog Bridge, from the north end, with the turn onto the A496 visible. The ADS ahead is for the other section of the A496, which continues east to Ffestiniog.

 

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