Where might you see?

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Spreckly
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Re: Where might you see?

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Somewhere in Wales? Have done the circle twice, but no wiser.
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Anywhere in Wales. The 4 letters are the welsh equivalent of the English NESW.
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Abbreviations for
gogledd dwyrain de gorllewin
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Out of my misery at last, although I have never heard of the place! Thanks Mo. )t'
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T, G, L, S, O, L, P, and M are the abreviations for the historic Compass Rose, In the lingua franca Italian

Someone posted a picture on facebook with of a cycle path in Wales with a compass Rose on the path (quite a job to work out what the letters meant)
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