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Another aerial view of the historic crossing point of the River Conwy at the Tal-y-Cafn bridge. On the left hand side of the bridge, overlooking the T-junction (where there is a large tree) are the remains (mound only) of a 5/6th century earth and timber castle belonging to Maelgwn Gwynedd to control the lowest crossing point on the Conwy. Image taken 22 December 2009

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