Images of Wales
Friday, 27 February 1998
Public Houses in Breconshire,
Carmarthenshire, Glamorgan, & Monmouthshire
Photography by John Ball - January and February 1998
(with Agfa ePhoto-307 digital camera)
A selection of pubs, inns and taverns in South Wales. The names of the pubs
are as fascinating as the character of the buildings.
Above: The "Black Lion", Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.
Above: The "Market Inn", Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.
Above: The "Boot and Shoe", Kidwelly (left) and Builth Wells Rugby Club (right)
The Boot and Shoe is near the entrance to Kidwelly Castle in Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire. Builth Wells Rugby Club is in Market Street, Builth Wells, Breconshire. Strictly, the rugby club is not a public house, but many rugby football clubs in Wales own licensed premises.
Above: "Y Sticle" (formerly the "Tredegar Arms"), Cwmtwrch Uchaf, Breconshire.
Above: The "Dyffryn Arms", Bryncoch, Glamorgan.
Above: The "Railway Inn", Landore, Swansea, Glamorgan.
Above: The "Full Moon" (left) and the "Market Tavern" (right), Neath, Glamorgan.
Above: The "Usk and Railway", Sennybridge, Breconshire.