Saturday, 30 September 2017

Carningli Lodge and Plas Ingli

As everybody knows, the inspiration for Plas Ingli came from the ruin on the edge of the common that goes by the name of Carningli Lodge.  It's probably a "ty unnos" cottage, built before 1830, occupied until the First World War, and then abandoned. 

I've annotated this Bing Maps image which shows features in great detail -- partly because it is a winter image.  There are two ruined collages here, together with a cluster of strange little enclosures, and an old field pattern.

Although this area is on private land, it's classified as "access land" -- so walkers are free to walk over it and do their own exploring, so long as they do no damage.

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