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Are you in this photograph? Or do you recognize someone who is? Do you remember where or when this was taken? Or how things have changed?
As part of the National Library's Outreach in Blaenau Ffestiniog photographs from the library's collection taken by Gwilym Livingstone Evans of Blaenau Ffestiniog are being re-visited, and we want your help to add information to the images. A handful of images are being released through People's Collections Wales to ask for your help.
If you have any memories of these photographs why not share it with us by leaving a comment?
Outreach Event
Staff from the National Library and People's Collection Wales will be visiting the Women's InstituteHall, Wynne Avenue on Saturday, February 22, 2014. Come and see us between 10am and 3pm.
Click here for more information - http://www.llgc.org.uk/index.php?id=5234
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Comments (4)

Andies1958's picture
Post Office at Tanygrisiau, not Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Anonymous's picture
My father Gwilym Livingstone Evans, took the photo of Tanygrisiau Post Office and shop. My Aunt and Uncle - James and Margaretta Roberts were the proprietors for a few years in the early1960s
Anonymous's picture
Diolch am y cywiriad ac am gymryd yr amser i adael neges ar y darlun hwn. Rydym yn ffodus i gael casgliad o ffotograffau gan Gwilym Livingstone Evans ar Casgliad y Werin Cymru ac os oes gennych fwy o wybodaeth am rai o'r ffotograffau eraill byddem yn ddiolchgar am eich cyfraniad. Thanks for the correction and for taking the time to leave a message with this picture. We are fortunate to have a collection of photographs by Gwilym Livingstone Evans on People's Collection Wales and if you have more information about some of the other photographs we would be thankful for your contribution. Llawer o ddiolch / many thanks
Anonymous's picture
the chapel in the photo was the old methodist chapel called Bethel which has since been demolished. services were held in the vestry until about 2008 but the cause has closed altogether now.

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