Brecon (3), Brecknockshire.
Looking from the bottom of Priory Hill, on the right, into High Street Superior with its colour-washed buildings. Just over the low wall in the bottom right-hand corner is the River Honddu.
A short way up Priory Hill is Brecon Cathedral.
The lower end of High Street Inferior from The Bulwark with part of St. Mary's Church showing on the left.
We found Brecon to be a good shopping centre with a surprising range of shops.
The junction of High Street Superior with High Street. This is where things start to get complicated. I am standing in High Street Superior and the little street curving off to the left is High Street which runs into High Street Inferior. However the street going past High Street is still High Street Superior. Well I'm glad we've got that sorted out.
Note the jettied upper storey of the cream coloured building and the pargetting on the bay windows on the white and blue buildings in High Street Superior.
The town centre contains an interesting assortment of Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean and Georgian buildings.
Chapel Lane is one of Brecon's very narrow lanes and not to be confused with Chapel Street.