The Old College remained the main campus in Aberystwyth until the 1960s when the majority of teaching was moved to the Penglais campus near the National Library of Wales.
Old College is an impressive building.
It was burnt out in 1957 and its remains dictated the form of the present town hall, which was built in 1961 to the design of S. Colwyn Foulkes of Colwyn Bay, in a neo-Georgian style with thin Adamesque portico and an internal full-height entrance hall.
There are also some colour-washed houses on the left.
These colourful terraced houses were on South Marine Terrace, on the seafront, as we were approaching the castle from the south. The castle can be seen in the distance on the left.
These houses are not listed buildings or of any historical significance but I did think that, as a block, they looked rather attractive.
This attractive little street is Portland Street showing the White Horse Hotel, a Victorian/Edwardian pub, at the junction with Terrace Road.
This building is listed by CADW.