This pub bears the name of Caradoc ap Iestyn, first of the Lords of Afan, who built a wooden stronghold here in the mid 12th century. Before World War II, this site was occupied by a gentlemen’s outfitters. After the war, it expanded to include a ladies’ wear section. The business closed down in the 1980s.
A photograph of Station Road, Port Talbot, c1910.
Photographs of Station Road, 1900–20.
Old photographs of Port Talbot.
External photograph of the building – main entrance.
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