Thursday, 1 March 2012
Two places in Wales
As it's St David's day the feast day of the patron saint of Wales, I've chosen two cards showing very different views of the country. Both were issued as stamps during the 1980s.
The first, Stackpole Head, is a popular beauty spot on the south west cost. The second is in the north east and is the aqueduct that carries the Llangollen Canal over the River Dee valley. It is the longest and highest aqueduct in the British isles and is a World Heritage Site, though only relatively recently inscribed.