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A 50 pound lump of charcoal you found in the fire pit of that famous Welsh castle at the bottom of your garden?

Pasg dedwydd ichi i gyd ac efallai y bydd y gwningen Pasg fod yn hael i chi. :yay:

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A 50 pound lump of charcoal you found in the fire pit of that famous Welsh castle at the bottom of your garden?

Pasg dedwydd ichi i gyd ac efallai y bydd y gwningen Pasg fod yn hael i chi. :yay:

 

I was thinking it looked like burnt wood, not charcoal

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A 50 pound lump of charcoal you found in the fire pit of that famous Welsh castle at the bottom of your garden?

Pasg dedwydd ichi i gyd ac efallai y bydd y gwningen Pasg fod yn hael i chi. :yay:

 

Well not the charcoal Lizzie but think about the Welsh castle :-D

 

Yes Happy Bunnies all round & we do have one here who seems very happy just been given his Easter Cabbage.

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I was thinking it looked like burnt wood, not charcoal

 

It does look a bit like that but it isn't. Lizzie may be onto it if you look at the rest of her answer.

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Englishmen approaching! Raise the drawbridge, drop the portcullis! Archers to your posts! They want our easter Eggs! Boil the oil!

I really haven't got a clue to be honest! :-D

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IS this a cast cannon barrel

 

No Wally it is more modern & vehicular.

 

There are three clues associated with the name of this image "castell enwog a welir yn y pumdegau"

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Last go! You have been to the railway museum, Clive, in Swindon and seen Class 4073 Caerphilly Castle and photoed a worn wheel on it. It was a famous Castle in its day during the 50s. I don't 'do' trains but I can sleuth or guess reasonably well though I'm probably miles off on the wrong side of Offa's Dyke on this one! :-D

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