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SO0602 :: Hill Street, Troedyrhiw

Taken 9 years ago by Jaggery near Pentrebach/SO0603, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales

Hill Street, Troedyrhiw by Jaggery
Hill Street, Troedyrhiw

Viewed from the Cwmdu Road end. Hill Street leads to two cul-de-sacs, Church Street and Windsor Street. Hill Street was named after a Merthyr Tydfil ironmaster, Anthony Hill, the owner of the Plymouth Ironworks. He funded the construction of the nearby church. Link A churchyard boundary wall is on the left.
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Subject Grid Square SO0602
Subject Lat/Long 51.709866,-3.350286 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Pentrebach/SO0603, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales
Photographer Jaggery
Taken 20120705 201207 2012 (about 9 years ago)
Submitted 2012-07-11
Context Village, Rural settlement · Roads, Road transport ·
Group Viewed from Hill Street ·
Term nearby church · windsor street · photo · geograph · ironmaster · ironworks · sacs · merthyr tydfil · boundary wall · anthony hill · org uk · plymouth ·

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