Through the magic of “Photochrom” comes these beautiful color images of Wales from the late 19th century.
Photochrom is a process for producing colorized images from black-and-white photographic negatives.
It was most popular in the 1890s, when true color photography had been developed but was still not commercially viable.
Journey with us through beautiful Wales as we listen to a traditional Welsh folk song.
Pier and Pavilion, Colwyn Bay
North Sands, Tenby
Lyn Crafnant, Trefriew
Llandogo on the Wye
Happy Valley, Llandudno
Fairy Glen, Bettws-y-Coed
Dixton Ferry and Church, Monmouth
Conwy Castle entrance
Chain Bridge Hotel, Berwyn Valley, Llangollen
Carnarvon Castle at sunset
Cadair Idris and Dyssyni Valley
Bridge over the Monnow, Monmouth
Bridge at Carmarthen
Abergavenny, Sugar Loaf Mountain
Abergavenny, Neville Court
Welsh spinners and spinning wheel
Vicinity of Newland Church, Monmouth
Vale of Festiniog from Terrace Plas, Festiniog
Troy House, Monmouth
Torrent Walk, Dolgelly
Tintern Abbey, S.W.
The promenade at Colwyn Bay
The Harbor at Tenby
The bridge, Chepstow
The beach at Llandudno
Swallow Falls, Fairy Glen, Bettws-y-Coed
Station Road, Colwyn Bay
South Stack Lighthouse, Holyhead
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