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New Quay 1904

New Quay 1904

Ref: CGN24.01

Cardiganshire Sheet 24.01 New Quay 1904 - published 2006; intro by Alan Leather
This detailed map covers the small Cardiganshire resort and harbour of New Quay. Features include the harbour, New Quay Head, the streets and houses of the town centre, St Llwchaiarn's church, Towyn Chapel, and many outlying houses. Coverage extends a mile west to the coast of Craig Grogal. New Quay is a small town and in 1901 its population was just 1,234. It had already begun to decline as a port and Alan Leather's introduction gives a good portrait of its history. We also include a 1906 directory of the town, making this an essential title for anyone interested in the history of New Quay.


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