The wood contains a number of features of historical interest. A section of Offa's Dyke runs across the Clywedog Valley through Plas Power Woods. It is particularly impressive at this point and designated a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Several Listed features are also present: these include Plas Power Park wall, an ornate cast iron Victorian bridge and railings and the recently restored Western Weir (probably constructed around 1750 and still a popular place for local people to meet in summer), with other Listed structures located at the site margins just outside Trust ownership (eg: Nant Bridge, Bersham Lodge, Caeau Weir). The area was also once a hive of industrial activity: other features of historical interest at the site include an 18th century tramway route, ruins of two crofts and a miller's house. The site is also adjacent to the Bersham Ironworks, now a heritage centre.
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So you have been in my home forrest with my camera and my lens ? That is exactly like my forrest.
I like the color and the POV but the blurry leaves are too disturbing... Execpt the tree on the left there is nothing sharp and eye-catching. Therefor 8 for this one
Agree with diouuude...
I love it.....beautiful colour and a lovely soft process !!
9+, looks like a painting.
theme, composition-10; light, atmosphere-8; impressive, mood-9, technic-7