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Location - BEDDGELERT in the County (Welsh - SÓr) of Gwynedd, North Wales. The name means Grave of Gelert, and the bridge stands on the river Colwyn, near to it's confluence with the river Glaslyn. It is difficult to find any information on the age of the bridge, but is has been suggested that it dates from the 14th Century
Date - Aug 1905 - dated in manuscript at top left, front 8/05
Size in mm (approx) - 140 x 88
Publisher -  Francis Frith & Co Ltd Reigate - Printed in Saxony
Publisher's Card No. 21832. This dates the card (on Frith's list) to 1890, but that is too early. The photo itself may date from then, but the card is from c.1902 to 1905
Un-used:
Condition - Very good overall appearance, with just minor wear on the corners


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