Conwy Castle - BakehouseTower

Conwy Castle - BakehouseTower

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Conwy Castle - BakehouseTower.

The Bakehouse Tower with watchtower, guarding the Inner Ward, overlooking the North Wales Coast Line.

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geograph.org.uk

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http://www.geograph.org.uk/profile/3101

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Nigel Chadwick

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