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Rhos-y-meirch turning, B4357 - Geograph - 875863.jpg
Rhos-y-meirch turning, B4357
The 'B' road is one of the shorter examples of its type, forming a two-mile link between the B4356 (at Whitton) and the B4355 a few hundred yards behind the photographer. On the far side of the gridsquare, the land rises rapidly to Rhos Hill.
Offa's Dyke Path on B4355 - Geograph - 815388.jpg
Offa's Dyke Path on B4355
Near Rhos-y-meirch the National Trail is obliged to adopt the B4355 for a few metres, before turning left onto the B4357.


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