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CB001 WOODEN BRIDGE OVER MAWDDACH ESTUARY AT BARMOUTH
To the south of Barmouth is the famous Wooden Bridge that extends across the mouth of the Mawddach Estuary. On a pleasant day it is nice for a stroll along it and on towards Arthog and the Mawddach Trail that extends to Dolleglau nine miles away. If one is lucky then a train will pass over the bridge. Even though the train is only travelling fairly slowly it is still a reminder how big they actually are. Constructed in the 1860’s the bridge still takes rail traffic running between Pwllheli and Aberystwth.
CB002 WOODEN RAILWAY BRIDGE OVER MAWDDACH ESTUARY AT BARMOUTH
The hill above Barmouth can be climbed from near the end of the bridge and after a lot of climbing and sometimes scrambling wonderful panoramic views can be seen of the town, harbour and across to Fairbourne.
CB003 BARMOUTH HARBOUR FROM HILLSIDE ABOVE TOWN
CB004 BARMOUTH FROM OPPOSITE SIDE OF MAWDDACH ESTUARY
CB005 MAWDDACH ESTUARY LOOKING EAST
For nine miles the Maddwach Trail heads from Barmouth to Dollgelau. In many places wonderful views can be seen across the estuary towards the hills inland behind Barmouth. As the tide ebbs and flows the views across the estuary will be constantly changing and always different.
CB006 BARMOUTH FROM OPPOSITE SIDE OF MAWDDACH ESTUARY
CB007 SMALL BOAT BY THE WOODEN BRIDGE AT PENMAENPOOL NEAR DOLGELLAU
Penmaenpool is about two thirds of the way along the Mawddach Trail. It is famous for its wooden bridge that can be crossed in a car for a small toll. Penmaenpool is a quiet place to visit, there being just a few buildings and a pub, but in summer it is likely busy with a few holidaymakers and people cycling the trail.
CB008 BARMOUTH FROM FAIRBOURNE ACROSS THE MAWDDACH ESTUARY MARSHLAND
It is possible to walk around to Fairbourne along a very flat, though somewhat exposed footpath. From Fairbourne, where there is a minature railway, is is possible to look back across the marshland, and eventually the mouth of the estuary, towards Barmouth. On a nice day the views are stunning and very expansive.
CB009 TWO BOATS IN MAWDDACH ESTUARY AT LOW TIDE
CB010 BARMOUTH FROM FAIRBOURNE ACROSS THE MAWDDACH ESTUARY MARSHLAND
CB011 VIEW ACROSS THE MAWDDACH ESTUARY MARSHLAND
CB012 BARMOUTH FROM FAIRBOURNE ACROSS THE MAWDDACH ESTUARY MARSHLAND
CB013 VIEW EAST ALONG MAWDDACH ESTUARY FROM BARMOUTH
CB014 RAILWAY LINE AND TUNNEL NEAR BARMOUTH TOWN AND HARBOUR