Rhiogs Mountain.

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The Prince of Wales, Treorchy. 

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Clive Adams. The butchers which stands in Clydach Vale has been in business for over a 100 years. Clive starting working there when he was a young boy, then at age 19 he started renting the property and eventually bought it. He continues to work there today at age 70

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Tonypandy.

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Carpanini's cafe in Treorchy continues the tradition of selling a combination of food, drink, cigarettes, sweets and ice cream. The decor in Carpanini's dates back to the 1960s. The cafe was opened by Ernesto Carpanini in 1947, and is now run by his children - Irene, Pietro, Gianmarco and Francesco. This is one of two Bracchi cafe's left in the Rhondda Valleys.

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Trevor Ward. I was lucky enough to catch Trevor on the eve of his 104th birthday. Trevor is one of the most active people I've met of any age. He goes for walks every day with his butty Mervin, 83(2nd photo) not to mention dancing on a Saturday night and bingo on a Tuesday. A wonderful man. Many thanks to his great grand daughter Lex and his good walking butty Mervin for introducing me and the lovely conversation.

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Reece. Ivor Hael pub, Llwynypia. 

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Old man smoking. Treorchy.

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Station Cafe, Treorchy in the Rhondda Valley was opened by Joe Balestrazzi in 1935. Domenico Balestrazzi, or 'Dom', took the reins from his father Joe in 1965 and runs Station Cafe today.

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Paul "900 nails" asleep. Tonypandy

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Red Door. Ton Pentre.

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Bill Price, the deacon of Ton Pentre.

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Phone box. Porth.

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Community Shop. Ystrad. 

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