This time around we’re stopping at an unassuming plot of land sat adjacent to a busy road that runs through the centre of a Welsh island. You wouldn’t know it now, but at one time it was a Roman settlement, and surviving lime kilns from subsequent industrial works can still be found in the surrounding woodland. It’s some years since I visited for the last time, and I’ve been somewhat reluctant to share my findings until enough time had passed. The main reason being that places like this are now ripe targets for an influx of ‘Facebook-explorers’ across the country who trample through these sentimental buildings with no care for the consequences. I’d rather sit on my photographs for a couple of years before I know the circumstances of the location have likely changed. So here I am, having done just that. Now that’s out of the way, let’s take a look inside this intriguing little place.