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The back of the old Trecynon school as it is today, (2003)

These photographs were taken from near the top of Broniestyn Terrace where the school wall curved sharply around at the top of the playground. Part of the remaining playground wall is seen on the right. The gap in the wall is where the toilets known as the dubs used to be.
(The term ‘dubs’ is an oral abbreviation of W.C.)

Building Site 1

 

Building Site 2

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