Cae Clyd

Cae Clyd

NOTE: Cae Clyd means “Sheltered Field”. The old welsh word “Clyd” has the same derivation as used in the River Clyde in Scotland (“Sheltered River”). Photographs from 1992 These photographs were kindly sent to...
Dolgelley Postboy Drawing by R.W. Vaughan, 2nd Bart. Image © Philip Nanney Williams.

Dolgelley Postboy Drawing by R.W. Vaughan, 2nd Bart.

A unique drawing from Sir Robert Williames Vaughan, 2nd Bart. It is a drawing of a Dolgelley Postboy showing a postillion type postboy. The drawing was made in 1804. Thanks to Philip Nanney...
Book Slide Made From The Nannau Oak in 1848. Image © Philip Nanney Williams.

Book Slide Made From The Nannau Oak

Book Slide Made From The Nannau Oak in 1848
Nannau Hall Owner Could Face £100,000 Bill - Cambrian News 21st October 2021.

Cambrian News – October 2021

Nannau Hall Owner Could Face £100,000 Bill - Cambrian News 21st October 2021.
Nannau from Foel Offrwm (Drone)

Foel Offrwm (Summit Walk)

A 2.5-mile circular walk around Foel Offrwm, (“The Hill of Sacrifice”). While it runs around the ‘base‘, this is still some 800 feet above sea level and offers some exceptional panoramic views.
Llanfachreth (Drone)

Drone Photos of Llanfachreth

Drone photographs of the village of Llanfachreth.
Autumn in Wales - The Hill at Nannau - The Field Magazine from 1915

The Hill at Nannau – The Field 1915

The Field Magazine 1915 A cutting from the Gentleman's magazine, "The Field" from 1915. The photograph is captioned "Autumn in Wales - The Hill at Nannan, Dolgelly". Nannau is spelled incorrectly though. It...
Col. Edward Williams Vaughan - Book Plate

Col. Edward Williams Vaughan – Book Plate

  A late-18th/early 19th Century bookplate belonging to Colonel Edward Williams Vaughan, the second son of Sir Robert Howel Vaughan, 2nd bart, of Nannau. He was born in Hengwrt (Dolgellau) and was...

Derwen Ceubren yr Ellyll

Art Relating to Nannau

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