From the same vantage point as 32663 we now look northwards. With blissful symmetry the horizon here is occupied by Cardiff Castle - the iconic home of the Bute family, facilitators of the modern city and much of its wealth. From here and through 32663 one can trace an imaginary route of influence flowing from the castle, across the town then via the docks and on to the sea. Landmarks ancient and modern, still familiar to us today, cluster on the right of the picture. These include St John's Church, Howell's store and the Cottage public house. At left is Westgate Street where only 40 years earlier ran the course of the Taff. The Cardiff and County Club, later to find a home here, is a new venture founded only three years previously.