Welsh Family History Archive
Images of Wales
Photography by John Ball - October 1997
(scanned from prints taken with a Sigma SA-300 35-mm SLR camera)
Llanfyllin is a quiet and picturesque market town set in lush countryside in the valley of the River Cain, near the border town of Welshpool.
Right: The parish church of St Myllin (see entry in
my Welsh Churches and Chapels Collection).
Above: The Seeds Restaurant in High Street, Llanfyllin.
Above: Llanfyllin's attractive High Street.
Above: Y Popty Newydd (the new bakery).
Above: Llanfyllin Post Office, adorned with flowers on this October afternoon.
Above: Llanfyllin is bounded on its north by the quietly flowing Afon Cain.
Above: The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Lower Bridge Street
(see entry in my Welsh Churches and Chapels Collection).
Above: The view to the north-east of Llanfyllin.
Above: To the north-west of Llanfyllin, the imposing Bodfach Hall peeps through the trees.
Above: The ivy-clothed Bodfach Hall is now a hotel.
Above: Next to Bodfach Hall is this old coach-house, now a private residence.