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Historically, Rhayader's clock tower marked the border between South and North Wales. Standing at the town's central crossroads where the market hall once stood, it is a memorial to the men of Rhayader who were lost in the first and second world wars. It creates something of a traffic bottleneck at busy periods, and represents a major obstacle for drivers of large trucks.

Rhayader clocktower
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