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  • Victorian Gardens, Neath, with tram and Gnoll House beyond

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Victoria Gardens is a good example of a Victorian urban park. Laid out in 1897 / 98 to celebrate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee, many of its original features still survive, including a bandstand and gorsedd circle.

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Wow the difference between now and then, there is a statue in that park now

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