Enid… And Portmeirion

Enid Stamp Taylor... and friends

Enid Stamp Taylor... And friends!

Enid and two cherished companions on holiday at Portmeirion North Wales in the August of 1937. The holiday village of Portmeirion was the setting for the famous TV series of ‘The Prisoner’ starring Patrick McGoohan. Enid is pictured snapped by family members ‘The Poritts’… The architect Clough Williams-Ellis was the brainchild behind ‘Portmeirion’ – the Italianate village known as ‘The Xanadu of Wales’…  and it’s likely he was a friend to Enid.

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2 Responses to Enid… And Portmeirion

  1. Jim Lambert says:

    Candid photographs taken in Portmeirion before the War are rare. Do you have others to share? I am building an archive of these rare images.

  2. Patrick says:

    Sorry Jim, no others on file.

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