Aberamffra hill (A496) from Panorama Road, Barmouth
Plaque on A497 at Penygroes Chwilog
New bridge over Afon Wen at Afonwen
New Roundabout at Afon Wen
Completed new roundabout at Afonwen
A497 at Afonwen. New road to Pwllheli
The Old Road
Non-reflecting reflective sign
A4219 at Cnwc Sandy
The A493 approaching Bryncrug from the north west
The A493 approaching Bryncrug from the south west
B4353 near Pont Aber Leri
Aberdaron The B4413 from Aberdaron to Sarn Meyllteyrn, leads upwards past Islyn Bakery - a corrugated metal building.
The Borth road leaving Clarach The B4572 climbs north, getting narrower all the time.
Pentrefelin Autumn colours along the A497 as it enters Pentrefelin.
Rail Bridge over A498 This bridge crosses the A498 at SH 553 396
Criccieth Main Street
The A497 on the eastern outskirts of Criccieth
Roadworks in Porthmadog Road, Criccieth
Cricieth-Criccieth - Ffordd Porthmadog Gorse flowers throughout the year in Cricieth/Criccieth's temperate maritime climate.
Toll House at Pont Briwet
Toll Bridge at Pont Briwet This toll bridge crosses the estuary on the same structure as the rail bridge that crosses the Afon Dwyryd going from Penrhyndeudraeth to Llandecwyn. It is manned and costs 40p to cross by car during the day but in the evening the toll collector has gone home for the evening as so few vehicles cross. It is single carriageway so it uses traffic lights to control the traffic flow.
Toll road to Harlech The railway and road share this crossing over the estuary.
Pont Briwet Toll Charges Someone has taken the trouble to strike out the English version of the 'No Parking' sign, despite the fact that it is shown as the subsidiary language and less than 25% of the Welsh population uses Welsh as their first language.
Toll Road to Harlech This road leads to the toll bridge which provides a shortened route to Harlech from Penrhyndeudraeth. Immediately ahead is the site on which explosives were manufactured from 1872 until 1997. Most of the site is now a nature reserve.
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.
Llwyngwril The coast road with Fairbourne in the distance
Harlech Level Crossing (C) Arthur C Harris View from Castell Harlech of Arriva train heading south from Harlech.
Tygwyn Level Crossing (C) John Lucas
Level crossing west of Ynyslas (C) John Firth
Stopped at the Ynyslas level crossing (C) Bill Boaden
Ynyslas level crossing (C) John Lucas A fully automatic, barrier protected crossing.
Ynyslas level crossing (C) Nigel Brown Seen from the new public footpath alongside the railway line.
Ynyslas railway level crossing on the... (C) Steve Fareham
Penmaenpool Bridge (C) Nigel Brown A landmark wooden toll bridge which provides a useful crossing of the Afon Mawddach. On the other side of the bridge, the signal box of the one-time railway is now used as a nature reserve visitor centre, while the house on the right was the station, mainly the station-master's house, now used as a private residence. The actual station platforms and waiting-room were next to the signal box.