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BSA three wheeler sports car and driver, South Wales Featured Mid Glamorgan Print

BSA three wheeler sports car and driver, South Wales

Mr Jack Holt driving his 1932 BSA three wheeler sports car, bought in 1938 from Morgan of Caerphilly. Probably photographed in the Haverfordwest area, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10429083

1930s, 1932, 1938, 30s, Bsa, Caerphilly, Car, D River, Driving, Haverfordwest, Historical, History, Holt, Jack, Morgan, Pembrokeshire, Racing, Smiling, South, Spokes, Sports, Steering, Thirties, Transport, Tyre, Tyres, Wales, Welsh, Wheel, Wheeler, Wheels

Cape Cornwall, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. Around 1890 Featured Mid Glamorgan Print

Cape Cornwall, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. Around 1890

Hand coloured glass lantern slide showing Cape Cornwall from the NE side, above Porth Ledden (Porthledden). Wheal Call Counthouse can be seen on the left. The Brisons, which lie about a mile from the mainland, can be seen immediately to the left of the cape. Cape Cornwall marks the point where the Atlantic currents divide. Some of the water flows north into the Bristol Channel and the Irish Sea with the rest becoming the English Channel. Photographer: Gibson

© From the collection of the RIC

Mawgan Porth IC136_001 Featured Mid Glamorgan Print

Mawgan Porth IC136_001

Mawgan Porth, Corwall. A reconstructiondrawing by Alan Sorrell showing an oblique view of Courtyard House 1 as it may have appeared in the 10th century, with the cemetery visible to the north and the sea in the distance. Alan Sorrell, 1955

© Historic England Archive

Graphic, Illustration, Saxon