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It was the last of many holidays my family enjoyed in Bwlch Gwalter cottage further up the valley." By: Charles Reader Photo: MOUNT GERNOS, Maesllyn, Ceredigion 2009 Date: 04th April 2012 Comment: "I believe the windows were left as they are listed, or indeed are now so, and therefore cannot be removed.

As for the 'new bungalow', it was once the stable block, however does seem to have been extensively 'improved', as it were." By: Mr S Johnson Esq Photo: MOUNT GERNOS, Maesllyn, Ceredigion 2009 Date: 31st January 2012 Comment: "As a child my friends owned Gernos and farmed there.

This is a new page where I have listed some of the comments people have made on the website...

I will add to it slowly over the coming weeks and also put up the relevant photographs alongside the comments... First is Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Brecknockshire, Pembrokeshire and MANSIONS, FARMHOUSES & COTTAGES...

When I sought directions to it on a visit last year, a local farmer proudly announced that he had just stripped and sold the slates from the roof!

Unbelievable...." By: Deborah Bradley Photo: HOUSE AT CWM RHEIDOL MINES, Cwm Rheidol, Ceredigion 2012 Date: 16th August 2014 Comment: "That house's name is Penlefel - translating to Mine Level End.

It was probably last inhabited in the 1930s around which time the mine closed." By: Ioan Photo: LLETYSYNOD, New Row, Ceredigion 2010 Date: 24th July 2014 Comment: "Fascinating work Paul and a very important project..really beautiful locations, I recognise the New Row house and thought similar things..." By: chris webster Photo: MAESGLAS, Abergwesyn Mountain Road, Ceredigion 2010 Date: 09th July 2014 Comment: "I also used ot go pony trekking there every year for about 3 in the 1970's - about the same time as Denise! So sorry to see it is in the state." By: Sandra Luff Photo: DOLWEN, Devil's Bridge, Ceredigion 2011 Date: 14th May 2014 Comment: "Ilived with my mum and dad in Dolwen moved from stone staffordshire, i would have been 10 years old 1946-47 we had the bad snows then that year i went to school in ponterwyd with my brother from dolwen. NZ" By: Tony Hurford Photo: BEUDIAU, Lampeter, Ceredigion 2009 Date: 11th May 2014 Comment: "Hi Paul.

I too have an interest in old abandoned sites in the area you have outlined here and have also have some photographs of an old chapel not far from Tregaron.

A fascinating insight back to the days of steam tracvel in this area.

Photo: HAFOD, Nantcwnlle, Ceredigion 2009 Date: 08th September 2014 Comment: "Sadly, the owner's son, who was restoring Hafod, only stayed around for a year or less.

Such a shame as we thought this forgotten, lovely old house was finally going to return to its former glory." By: Jane Welch Photo: CILGWYN, Llandyfriog, Ceredigion 2011 Date: 01st March 2014 Comment: "I stayed at Cilgwyn for some months in the early 1970's when the then owner was changing it into a Hotel.

The steps were several inches deep in birds' detritus. I would be interested in any attempt to restore it." By: Keith Lucas Photo: BRONWYDD, Llangynllo, Ceredigion 2009 Date: 04th December 2011 Comment: "I saw a picture of Bronwydd in a magazine many many years ago and its funny how a picture can stick in your memory.

Then it was still standing and over the years I have been searching on the internet for it.

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