Cardiff International Airport; one of the gateways into South Wales.
One of Ford's European model Transit vans provided the visiting press corps with transportation in South Wales. Photographer Niels Geisselrecht (in foreground) helped chronicle the adventure.
Driving in South Wales -- as in all of the U.K. -- is 'reversed' compared to the U.S.
Heading into one of the ubiquitous 'roundabouts' that often take the place of traffic lights in the U.K.; this one, like roads everywhere these days it sees, is undergoing construction.
A stately 'manor house' resides on one of the many hilltops that highways in South Wales wind about.
The last decade has witnessed an effort to revitalize the 4,000 year old Welsh language. Thus highway signs now feature both English and Welsh place names and terminology.
Old stone bridges -- many dating back to Roman times -- dot the roadway landscape in South Wales.
Diesel and gasoline (called 'petrol' in the U.K) prices are calculated by liters throughout Europe; South Wales included.
South Wales in the U.K. is home to one of Meritor's brake manufacturing facilities and getting there illustrates how different the driving environment is compared to the U.S.
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