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Digitised postcard image of a group of 'Land Girls' gardening at Llangwyfan Hospital, Llandynog.
The neo-Georgian hospital was built between 1918-1920 as a sanatorium, forming part of the Welsh memorial to Edward VII. It was closed in 1981. The main building is brick and roughcast, with pediment-like gables at either end, and six hipped dormers across its frontage.

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