Pentre’r Bont

The part of Dolwyddelan village on the far side of the river is known as Pentre’r Bont. Within living memory it was it’s own vibrant community, with shops, a pub, chapels a plenty, and even a fish and chip shop.

Village bridge with people copy

Looking over the bridge to Pentre’r Bont c1880

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Photo taken c 1870. Elen Chapel (M.C.) on the left (built 1835) and Gennesaret Congregational Chapen built in 1826

A photo taken c 1870. Elen Chapel on the left, built in 1835, and Gennesaret Congregational Chapel built in 1826 to the right. The road was moved to the right of the Gennesaret Chapel when the railway bridge was built.

Benar View Terrace, Pentre Bont

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