where is this?

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Re: where is this?

Postby cyclop » 23 Aug 2019, 6:55pm

Yep,managed it on a 26x34rear.Just as well there was no cars on it though,I was all over the road.Right about Harlech,can you find the eagle,s lair?

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Re: where is this?

Postby 661-Pete » 23 Aug 2019, 7:01pm

I'm afraid not - last and only time I was there (sans bike) nearly 30 years ago. And I didn't even try walking up...

I 'cheated' a bit: couldn't quite decipher the plaque even after a spot of image enhancement, but looked up the Welsh word for "eagle" which is "eryr". That helped! I'm sure Bryn would have got it in a shot!
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Re: where is this?

Postby peetee » 25 Aug 2019, 9:47am

And this one?
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Re: where is this? (Life Members of the CTC)

Postby MockCyclist » 25 Aug 2019, 7:12pm

It's easy to find out who Cliff Pratt was, but seemingly not so easy to find out where this is. Maybe you know 'cos you've been there

ImageCliff Pratt by Mock Cyclist, on Flickr