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Walton Terrace, Aberangell, 1902 from the collection of Gwyndaf Breese. This row of four ‘lath and plaster’ houses were built by the Walton family during the 1880s and given the name Walton Terrace It is said these, and two others in Aberangell, were designed by a Swedish architect who had fallen on hard times in return for free board and lodgings by the Waltons. It dates from 1902.

Part of Aberangell sawmill is visible on the RHS.

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