Conway Town Walls

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Looking north from the south wall-walk near the castle, the tops of three towers can be seen.
The south gatehouse from the wall-walk.
Inside the north-east tower of the south gatehouse.
Looking south in the gatehouse.
The south gatehouse from without.
Looking east from the path through the gatehouse.
The gatehouse and south walls.
The south-east walls with the castle beyond.
The gatehouse seen from the south.
Machicolations on the section of wall to the west of the gate.
Portcullis slot in the south gatehouse.
The tower at the kink in the south wall.
The next tower stands by St. Michael's Church.
The west gatehouse.
Looking south-east along the wall from the road near the west gatehouse.
The north-west wall seen from the west gatehouse.
Looking along the line of the north-west wall.
The walls and castle from the west corner tower.
The two knolls of Deganwy Castle seen from the wall-walk.
The castle, abbey church and the archway through the walls for the railway can all be seen from this vantage point.
Tower on the north-west walls, with remains of a staircase.
Staircase to the wall-walk at the north-west.
The next tower has a large crack.
The tower containing the north-west gate.
Looking north-west along the walls from the gate.
The north-west gateway.
Looking south-east along the wall.
The gatehouse and northern walls.
Later archways at the north end of Castle Street .
The gateway leading to the harbour.
Tower to the west of the harbour gate.
Spur of the walls which guarded the harbour.
The harbour gatehouse.
The towers along the north-east wall approaching the castle.
Beneath the trees (centre shot) is the wall as it joins the castle.
The town walls at the north side of the castle.

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