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This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, county of Conwy County Borough.
Conwy County Borough is the unitary authority area with a north of Wales coastline, between 
Denbighshire to the east and  Gwynedd to the west and south.
Formerly known in English as Conway, the principle town is the castle town of  Conwy,
with Conwy Castle on the west bank of the Conwy estuary. 
Most development has been on the east bank, where the railway has a junction,  Llandudno Junction,
heading for the coastal resort of  Llandudno to north.
Further east is the coastal resort and natural bay of  Colwyn Bay,
served by a coastal railway and the A55 trunk road from the coastal resort of  Abergele.
The most easterly resort is  Towyn, on the west bank of the Clwyd estuary which forms the
boundary with Denbighshire at  Rhyl.
This boundary heads inland south to the River Elwy, which briefly forms the boundary down towards Henllan.
The boundary runs south of the A543 from Denbigh to where it meets the A5 to  Betws y Coed.
The most south eastern locality in Conwy County Borough is Maerdy on the A5.
From Betws y Coed the A5 crosses the boundary to Bangor, where Conwy is represented by the locality  Capel Curig.
North at the coast of Conwy Bay, the western boundary is represented by  Llanfairfechan
served by the coastal railway and A55 trunk road from  Penmaenmawr.
The A55 has tunnels east of Penmaenmawr, and under the Conwy estuary at Conwy.
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