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Report - Boy's Village Aberthaw, January 2012

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by uephotographyuk, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. uephotographyuk

    uephotographyuk 28DL Member
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    Hi all,

    This is my first report, so please be gentle. Hopefully you can provide me with some good feedback to make my future reports...

    St Athan Boy's Village Aberthaw was a village-style holiday camp, located in West Aberthaw, South Wales. It was set up by David Davies, 1st Baron Davies of Llandinam in 1925 to offer young children an escape from the heavily poluted air of the Welsh valleys (from all of the mining operations), and the chance to play in the open sea air.

    Anyway... On with the photos!

    1. The Main Building, seen from the access road.
    Main Building by UEPhotographyUK, on Flickr

    2. The new pool? (I think this was the old pool changing rooms)
    Swimming Pool by UEPhotographyUK, on Flickr

    3. The real pool.
    Old Pool by UEPhotographyUK, on Flickr

    4. The Chapel.
    Graffiti Chapel by UEPhotographyUK, on Flickr

    5. Crumbled Down Office.
    Crumbled by UEPhotographyUK, on Flickr

    6. Inside the Office.
    Wheres The Floor by UEPhotographyUK, on Flickr

    7. A lovely view?
    Room With A View by UEPhotographyUK, on Flickr

    I hope this is right guys, I have tried to keep it in line with the rules, please feel free to give as much feedback as you want, positive and negative, I'm here to learn!



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