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Images Dated 1970 January

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Choose from 166 pictures in our Images Dated 1970 January collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Ffestiniog Railway at Tan-y-Bwlch, the busiest of the North Wales narrow gauge railways Featured January Print

Ffestiniog Railway at Tan-y-Bwlch, the busiest of the North Wales narrow gauge railways

Ffestiniog Railway at Tan-y-Bwlch, the busiest of the North Wales narrow gauge railways, opened in 1836 to carry slate from Blaenau Ffestiniog to the coast, the first steam engines replaced horse power in 1863, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

© Nigel Blythe

Color Image, Engines, Europe, Ffestiniog, Ffestiniog Railway, Great Britain, Locomotives, Out Doors, Photography, Rail, Railway, Rrailways, Steam, Steam Trains, Tan Y Bwlch, Train, Trains, Transport, Transportation, Travel, Travel Destinations, United Kingdom, Vertical, Wales

Moat and outer curtain wall at Beaumaris Castle, UNESCO World Heritage Site Featured January Print

Moat and outer curtain wall at Beaumaris Castle, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Moat and outer curtain wall at Beaumaris Castle, UNESCO World Heritage Site, the last and largest of the Welsh castles built 1295-98 by King Edward I, Anglesey, North Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

© Nigel Blythe

Anglesey, Architecture, Beaumaris, Beaumaris Castle, Building Exterior, Castle, Castles, Color Image, Europe, Exteriors, Great Britain, History, Horizontal, Moat, Moats, Out Doors, Past, Photography, Travel, Travel Destinations, United Kingdom, Wales, Wall, Walls, World Heritage Site

Neolithic burial chamber built between 4000 and 2000BC for communal burial of the dead Featured January Print

Neolithic burial chamber built between 4000 and 2000BC for communal burial of the dead

Neolithic burial chamber built between 4000 and 2000BC for communal burial of the dead, it would originally have been covered with earth or stones, Bodowyr Burial Chamber, Anglesey, North Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

© Nigel Blythe

Anglesey, Archaeological Sites, Archaeology, Bodowyr, Burial Chambers, Color Image, Europe, Graves, Great Britain, Horizontal, Neolithic, North Wales, Out Doors, Photography, Pre Historic, Stone, Stones, Tombs, Travel, Travel Destinations, United Kingdom