The Pembrokeshire coast just keeps on fascinating me with it's unique rock formations; from the Green Bridge Of Wales, to the Elegug Rocks to this rock formation. By the force of the sea, over time, it has created this high arch which is called, Church Door.
Llandudno Cable Car | Llandudno, Wales | c. 1969
The Llandudno Cable Car is an attraction in the seaside resort of Llandudno in Conwy County Borough, Wales that runs from the Happy Valley to the Great Orme Summit. At over one mile each way, it is the longest Aerial Cabin Lift in the United Kingdom
The Great Orme is a peninsula made mostly of limestone and dolomite, formed during the Early Carboniferous part of the Earth's geological history. Most of the Great Orme's rocks are between 339 and 326 million years old
Built in 1969, the four seater cars are carried on an endless cable over two miles long and which weighs more than 17 tons. The cabins provide views of the Irish Sea looking over to Rhyl and the Isle of Man, as well as the Snowdonia National Park. The highest point from the ground is around 80 feet.
There are currently 20 cabins in service, each painted in red, yellow, orange, light blue and purple. The cars depart the upper and lower stations at approximately one-minute intervals.
The lower station is situated on Aberdeen Hill in Happy Valley Gardens and is visible from the promenade and Llandudno Pier, while the upper station is next to the actual summit of the Great Orme
The cableway operates mainly between the months of April and October with times varying depending on light and weather conditions. It is possible to take a one-way journey to the top of the Great Orme Headland and walk to back to the town, a trip of around six miles
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The last month has been HARD, I mean hard. I've not shown people everything that's been going on. I've told close friends bits that I'm okay with them knowing. But yesterday when I broke down in tears in the middle of my office at work, that was a turning point for me. Today, I took us down Tenby and little Beau was SO happy and it made me realise that things are just *things* you can buy new things. Heck, you can even get a new man, but nothing is worth doubting your own self worth. DON'T forget that, if you're ever feeling low, drop me a message. I won't be sympathetic much, I'll make sure you know you have the power to whip your own butt back into the amazing person you are! ✨❤️💁🏼♀️