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Location DB > Wales > Gwynedd > Blaenau Ffestiniog > Slate, Slate, Slate... > SnakeCorp Visit 28/5/05 > then&now1

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Just a little experiment on my part, to create a 'Then&Now' type photo. Not quite from the same angle but the station building on the left of the photos acts as a reference point. Old photo was taken 24/9/1904.

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Posted by IIVQ 6/1/2005 10:11 PM | remove

Everyone should print out "before" pics and take them with them before going, so to make it possible to take the exact same standpoint.
Posted by Azrael 1/19/2006 2:00 PM | remove
  God, this place is depressing, thanks for this post, i'd never have known it existed otherwise
Posted by Xanadu 7/15/2006 3:03 AM | remove
  Depressing ha, I think its amazing.
Posted by petcemetery 9/8/2006 8:24 PM | remove
  I agree - the slate landscape is so dramatic. Slate is such an integral part of North Wales.
Posted by IIVQ 4/25/2008 7:35 AM | remove
  IN the complete right of the "now" pic, do I see some narrow-gauge lying around?
Posted by SnakeCorp 5/4/2008 4:27 PM | remove
  Think so. As far as I know, the site has recently been cleared, so it's all history now!
Posted by beth0106 6/8/2013 10:50 PM | remove
  Thank you for this set of pictures. My son (who typically isn't interested in my interests-empty homes/abandoned factories, etc) LOVES trains and was captivated by your photos. What a shame that all of this is gone now.
Posted by SnakeCorp 8/22/2013 9:51 PM | remove
  Thank you. :-)
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