12 photos that capture the true beauty of Llangollen
PUBLISHED: 23:00 24 June 2016 | UPDATED: 11:42 26 August 2016
Most people head to the coast or Snowdonia to take shots of North Wales, but Llangollen has plenty to offer the keen photographer.
Dee valley viaduct, Llangollen by Patrick Ferguson
Horseshoe Falls LLangollen by Gordon Simpson
Llangollen Canal at Chirk by Ron Sutton
Llangollen Canal by Paula O'Hara
Llangollen Narrows by Trevor Foster
Llangollen by Karen Jones
Llangollen steam day by Simon Kitchin
Misty Castell Dinas Bran, Llangollen by Simon Kitchin
Morning mist in the Vale of Llangollen by Leslie Platt
River Dee, Llangollen by George Standen
River Dee, Llangollen by Gordon Simpson
River View, Llangollen by Karen Jones
But the quaint little town of Llangollen situated on the River Dee and on the edge of the Berwyn mountains can more than hold its own with its more popular neighbours.
There are plenty of places to visit, the bridge allows fanastic views of the river, to the north Castell Dinas Bran has views far and wide, and a journey on the Llangollen Heritage Steam Railway is a must.
Why don’t you upload your images of Llangollen to the reader photo gallery?
All uploaded photos will be entered into our 2016 Cheshire Life reader photo competition and we feature the best ones in the magazine every month.
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