Carmathen to Cardigan
This line runs hence to the northward through Bronwydd Arms, Conwyl, and Llanpumpsaint, to the town of Pencader, from which place the Manchester and Milford carries the traffic northward a distance of 12¾ miles, the only portion of the line completed through Maesycrygian and Llanybyther, to Lampeter, and from thence by coach to Aberavron and Aberystwith. Beyond Pencader the Cardigan line runs only at present to Llandyssil, from whence there is a coach once a day to Newcastle Emlyn, a considerable market, town, prettily situated in a bend of the river Teifi, which here forms the boundary line between the counties of Carmarthen and Cardigan. The same coach runs through to the watering place and county town of
Cardigan, situated on the northern bank of the Teifi. The remains of an old castle, built by the Norman barons about the end of the eleventh century are visible.
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