The Castle Hotel where I stayed
was once a 15th century
coaching house.
A Walled town, an entrance was
made later for trains to enter.
The Inner Ward of Castle Conwy.
The 3 bridges acorss the estuary.
The Liverpool Arms, a bar and
former Inn built into the City Walls
before the docks.
A typical street rising to meet
theTown Walls.
The Great Hall of Castle Conwy.
Conwy Castle yard.
Conwy Castle from the dockside.
Town Gate entrance on Castle
Ditch Road.
The Towers and battlements of Castle
Conwy. Built by Edward I from 1283
to 1289 to control the Welsh.
Conwy Castle yard and Great Hall.
The fishing boat Maryeared at
Low Tide in the estuary.
The Conwy suspension bridge
built in 1826 to replace the ferry
across the estuary.
A train coming over the Railway
bridge built in 1849 by Robert
Stephenson.
Pictured on the Lower
Battlements before the estuary.
A few photos patched together to
see all of Conwy Castle.
The rapidly rising tide is coming
in (left to right).
The estuary at High Tide, note
the Maryeared is now floating.
A narrow gate in the Town Walls.
The Castle Hotel is made up of 2
old Roadhouses The Castle Hotel
and King's Head Pub.
Nearby Church Bell tower that
rang all night.
The courtyard of the Plas Mawr,
a restored Medieval merchants
home.
The door to the street from Plas
Mawr.
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