Header photo?

I’ve been asked what it is. Its principal claim to fame is that it is not Holyhead.

Which is just as well. You can’t drive there, unless you’re a resident: you have to walk, which will give you an appetite for a pint or two in Ty Coch.

But the inability to drive there would have made it difficult to operate car ferries.

One response to “Header photo?

  1. I suppose until Telford’s bridge in 1826, you couldn’t drive to Anglesey either; not from the mainland, anyway. And it seems there wasn’t a bridge to Holy Island ’til the early 1500s. But having done a little reading (thanks to your post), it also seem like this wonderful spot could have turned out like Holyhead. Which is to say, a sad end for a coastal town.

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