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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7FOYT
April 25, 2020
An empty road is pictured near Mount Snowdon in Snowdonia, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Snowdonia, United Kingdom
Spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) near Mount Snowdon in Snowdonia
An empty road is pictured near Mount Snowdon in Snowdonia, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Wales, Britain April 25, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS38394
April 04, 2020
A sign reading "Wales Closed, Go Home!" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease...
TY-NANT, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ty-Nant
A sign reading "Wales Closed, Go Home!" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Ty-Nant, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS38393
April 04, 2020
A sign reading "Wales Closed, Go Home!" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease...
TY-NANT, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ty-Nant
A sign reading "Wales Closed, Go Home!" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Ty-Nant, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS38388
April 04, 2020
A mannequin wearing a high vis jacket is seen at the side of a road in Snowdonia as the spread of the...
PENTREFOELAS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pentrefoelas
A mannequin wearing a high vis jacket is seen at the side of a road in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pentrefoelas, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS38384
April 04, 2020
A message reading "Go Home, Stay Home, #Covid19" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus...
LLANBERIS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Llanberis
A message reading "Go Home, Stay Home, #Covid19" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Llanberis, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS38374
April 04, 2020
A notice restricting access to a footpath is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
A notice restricting access to a footpath is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836Z
April 04, 2020
A cyclist is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass,...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
A cyclist is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836Y
April 04, 2020
An empty road is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass,...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
An empty road is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836X
April 04, 2020
A notice restricting access to a footpath is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
A notice restricting access to a footpath is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836W
April 04, 2020
A notice restricting access to a footpath is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
A notice restricting access to a footpath is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836V
April 04, 2020
A message reading "Don't come on Holiday, Self Isolate" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus...
LLANBERIS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Llanberis
A message reading "Don't come on Holiday, Self Isolate" is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Llanberis, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836T
April 04, 2020
A notice restricting access is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
A notice restricting access is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836R
April 04, 2020
An empty road is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass,...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
An empty road is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3836Q
April 04, 2020
An empty road is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass,...
PEN-Y-PASS, United Kingdom
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pen-y-Pass
An empty road is seen in Snowdonia as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Pen-y-Pass, Wales, Britain, April 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carl Recine
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1R0ZF
September 04, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYD6
September 03, 2015
Novice surfers are taught how to surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Novice surfers are taught how to surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYD4
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYD2
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYD1
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYD0
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYCZ
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYCV
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYCU
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYCT
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYCS
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYCP
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYC8
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYC7
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-SURFING/
RTX1QYC5
September 03, 2015
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8...
CONWY, United Kingdom
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy
Surfers surf at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy, North Wales, September 3, 2015. The surf park, which cost $22.8 million, opened on August 1 and is the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake, according to the company.The pool is 300 metres (980 ft) long and 110 metres (360 ft) wide, containing a total of six million gallons of water. A bi-directional snowplough-shaped wave-generation mechanism, towed on a cable between the two central towers, moves up and down the pool on a three-rail track, generating the waves. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTX1NGZR
August 07, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) talks to a member of the National Citizen Service during a...
Betws-y-Coed, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron talks to a member of the National Citizen Service during a visit...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) talks to a member of the National Citizen Service during a visit to Oaklands Outdoor Education Centre in Snowdonia, Wales, Britain August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Giddens/pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTX1NGZ8
August 07, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (centre L) and survival expert Bear Grylls (2nd R) talk to members...
Betws-y-Coed, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and Bear Grylls talk to members of the National Citizen Service...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (centre L) and survival expert Bear Grylls (2nd R) talk to members of the National Citizen Service during a visit to Oaklands Outdoor Education Centre in Snowdonia, Wales, Britain August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Giddens/pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTX1NGYN
August 07, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) and survival expert Bear Grylls (L) talk to members of the...
Betws-y-Coed, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and Bear Grylls talk to members of the National Citizen Service...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) and survival expert Bear Grylls (L) talk to members of the National Citizen Service during a visit to Oaklands Outdoor Education Centre in Snowdonia, Wales, Britain August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Giddens/pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTX1NGYM
August 07, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and survival expert Bear Grylls (R) talk to members of the...
Betws-y-Coed, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and Bear Grylls talk to members of the National Citizen Service...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and survival expert Bear Grylls (R) talk to members of the National Citizen Service during a visit to Oaklands Outdoor Education Centre in Snowdonia, Wales, Britain August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Giddens/pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTX1NGY9
August 07, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and survival expert Bear Grylls (2nd R) talk to members of...
Betws-y-Coed, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and Bear Grylls talk to members of the National Citizen Service...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and survival expert Bear Grylls (2nd R) talk to members of the National Citizen Service during a visit to Oaklands Outdoor Education Centre in Snowdonia, Wales, Britain August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Giddens/pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTX1NGY5
August 07, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron talks to members of the National Citizen Service during a visit...
Betws-y-Coed, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron talks to members of the National Citizen Service during a visit...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron talks to members of the National Citizen Service during a visit to Oaklands Outdoor Education Centre in Snowdonia, Wales, Britain August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Giddens/pool
BRITAIN
RTRH71X
April 20, 2001
CHERIE BOOTH, WIFE OF BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR, HOSTS THE WORLD TOURIST REPRESENTATIVES AT DOWNING...
London, UK
CHERIE BOOTH, WIFE OF BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR, HOSTS THE WORLD TOURIST REPRESENTATIVES AT ......
CHERIE BOOTH, WIFE OF BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR, HOSTS THE WORLD TOURIST REPRESENTATIVES AT DOWNING STREET, LONDON.


Wife of British Prime Minister Blair (R), Cherie Booth QC, points out the portrait of former Labour British Prime Minister Harold Wilson on the staircase No.10 Downing Street whilst hosting a reception for the World Tourist Representatives April 20, 2001. The representatives present included Cesar Balderacchi from France (L), Jesper Ewald from Denmark (2L), Roji Shinmachi from Japan (3L), Richard Copland from America (4L), Horst Dieter-Muller from Germany (3R), and Paul Vickers from Canada. The travel leaders from ten key overseas markets completed a four day itinerary of areas affected by foot and mouth, including Dartmoor, Windermere, Loch Ness and Snowdonia, as well as private functions at Windsor Castle Chequers and No.10 Downing Street.
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFLHO
March 13, 2001
A lamb stands in Denbighshire field in Snowdonia National Park, Wales
where some parts of the park have...
Snowdonia, United Kingdom of Great Britain
LAMB STANDS IN A FIELD IN SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK WALES.
A lamb stands in Denbighshire field in Snowdonia National Park, Wales
where some parts of the park have been closed to visitors due to the
threat of foot-and-mouth disease March 13, 2001. British Prime Minister
Tony Blair sought to calm the anger welling up in rural communities
today, about how the worsening foot-and-mouth outbreak is damaging the
countryside economy.NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/BR
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFLBT
March 13, 2001
A lamb walks in a Denbighshire field in Snowdonia National Park, Wales where some parts of the park are...
Snowdonia, UK
A LAMB STANDS IN A FIELD IN SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK WALES.
A lamb walks in a Denbighshire field in Snowdonia National Park, Wales where some parts of the park are closed to visitors due to the threat of spreading foot-and-mouth disease March 13, 2001. British Prime Minister Tony Blair sought to calm the anger welling up in rural communities today, as the worsening foot-and-mouth outbreak damages the countryside economy.

DC/BR
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFL14
March 13, 2001
A Snowdonia Mountian Railway attendant holds a sign to notifiy visitors of its closure due to the threat...
Snowdonia, UK
A RAILWAY ATTENDANT HOLDS SIGN TO NOTIFY VISITORS OF CLOSURE DUE TO FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE IN WALES.
A Snowdonia Mountian Railway attendant holds a sign to notifiy visitors of its closure due to the threat of foot-and-mouth disease in Wales March 13, 2001. British Prime Minister Tony Blair sought to calm the anger welling up in rural communities today, about how the worsening foot-and-mouth outbreak is damaging the countryside economy.

DC/BR
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFL0L
March 13, 2001
A sign leading to a footpath in Snowdonia National Park in Wales warns visitors that it is closed to...
Snowdonia, UK
A SIGN LEADING TO A FOOTPATH IN SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK WARNS OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.
A sign leading to a footpath in Snowdonia National Park in Wales warns visitors that it is closed to the public due to the threat of spreading foot-and-mouth disease March 13, 2001. British Prime Minister Tony Blair sought to calm the anger welling up in rural communities today, about how the worsening foot-and-mouth outbreak is damaging the countryside economy.

DC/BR/AA
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFKZ5
March 13, 2001
A sign leading to a footpath in Snowdonia National Park in Wales warns visitors of its closure due to...
Snowdonia, UK
SIGN LEADING TO A FOOTPATH IN SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK WARNS OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.
A sign leading to a footpath in Snowdonia National Park in Wales warns visitors of its closure due to the threat of spreading foot-and-mouth disease March 13, 2001. British Prime Minister Tony Blair sought to calm the anger welling up in rural communities today, about how the worsening foot-and-mouth outbreak is damaging the countryside economy.

DC/BR
Snowdon 1.JPG
RTRGNZ0
August 25, 1998
Sir Anthony Hopkins, actor and President of the National Trust Snowdonia appeal, sits on a wall on Mount...
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SIR ANTHONY HOPKINS VISITS SNOWDON WALES.
Sir Anthony Hopkins, actor and President of the National Trust Snowdonia appeal, sits on a wall on Mount Snowdon, Wales 25 August. Hopkins made the visit to see the southern flank of the mountain that he has purchased for the National Trust at a cost of #1million.

PS/FMS
MOUNT SNOWDON
RTRUFW3
December 28, 1993
Climber Steve Peake above the Pyg Track on Mount Snowdon in Snowdonia National Park in North Wales December...
Mount Snowdon, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MOUNTAIN CLIMBER ON MOUNT SNOWDON IN WALES.
Climber Steve Peake above the Pyg Track on Mount Snowdon in Snowdonia National Park in North Wales December 28, 1993. Despite a sudden thaw scores of climbers were on the 3,559 feet mountain taking advantage of their festive holidays. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE. REUTERS/Bob Collier AVD/PN
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