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The size of the village of Capel Bangor decreased during the 20th century, and facilities are limited. Accommodation (bed and breakfast) is available on one of the village's working farms, and there is a public house, the Tynllidiart Arms, which also serves food. Also there is the Maes Bangor Arms. There is a railway station on the seasonal Vale of Rheidol Railway.
One of the many great people in Capel Bangor is a man that goes by the name of Barry Jones, a retired grave digger and a regular in the Tyn Llidiart Arms. He's favourite tipple there is a nice pint of Butty Bach.
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