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Pictures of Caersws village taken on 10th September 2006 and 7th October 2006

Huge renovation project being undertaken.  Some of the new flats have a fabulous view over the Severn Valley

Caersws Village Hall in the centre of the village.  The old quoits site was right next door

Many will recognise this friendly pub

Caersws station - one of only four still in operation on the Cambrian Coast Line between Shrewsbury and Aberystwyth, the others being Welshpool, Newtown and Machynlleth.

Petrol station and Costcutters - 2006

Petrol station and Costcutters - 2007

The Unicorn Hotel under new management April 2008

Sleepy River Severn - looking from the hump-back road bridge, east towards the railway bridge.  During winter flooding, the water almost touches the bridge itself which sometimes has to be closed.

For those thinking of bringing vehicles, the bridge is VERY low and it's best to go over rather than under the railway

The Recreation Ground is home of Caersws Football Club

The site as of 10th September 2006

Caersws landmark bridge built circa 1821, carries the main A470 trunk road between Cardiff S Wales and Conwy N Wales

The signpost to Caersws FC also points the way to the quoits

Not much happening on the Severn

A hair cut or a prayer - we can cater for both

The Buck Hotel - one of the oldest buildings in the village

Local butcher Alun W Owen on The Cross

Harrison's Fish & Chip Shop opposite the SPAR

The SPAR - recently refurbished and bang in the centre of the village

Entrance to the old quoits site.  The farthest building is the Village Club from where matches could be watched in comfort

See - I wasn't joking


2008 Prestwick

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