List of bridges in Wales

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This list of bridges in Wales lists bridges of particular historical, scenic, architectural or engineering interest in Wales. Road and railway bridges, viaducts, aqueducts and footbridges are included.

Bridges are listed under the names used by Cadw, or the names most commonly used, which may be English or Welsh names. Where a bridge links two counties, it is listed under the first county alphabetically, unless associated by name with a settlement predominantly in the other county. The original Severn Bridge is not listed as it reaches land on the Gloucestershire side of the River Wye, the road crossing into Wales on the Wye Bridge.

Name
Date
Heritage
Status
Image Historic county Principal area Notes
Bangor Bridge, Bangor is y Coed 1663
I
Sandstone bridge over Afon Dyfrdwy at Bangor-is-y-coed - geograph.org.uk - 65714.jpg Flintshire Flintshire Spans River Dee.[1]
Barmouth Bridge 1860s
II*
BarmouthBridge2007.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Largely wooden railway viaduct, incorporating footbridge.[2]
Bigsweir Bridge 1826-9
II*
Bigsweir.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Spans the River Wye near St. Briavels, built as part of turnpike road between Chepstow and Monmouth.[3]
Blaen y Cwm Viaduct
II
Blaen Y Cwm Viaduct - geograph.org.uk - 334463.jpg Monmouthshire Blaenau Gwent Near Tredegar.[4]
Blackpool Bridge c.1825
II*
Blackpool Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 14034.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire Spans River Cleddau.[5]
Britannia Bridge 1850–1972
II
Brittania Bridge Train crossing 3.JPG Anglesey Anglesey Originally tubular bridge, rebuilt after fire in 1970 caused by children.[6]
SH541710
Bont Dolgadfan
II
Bont Dolgadfan - geograph.org.uk - 217769.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys On old drovers' route from Machynlleth to Welshpool.[7]
Bont Fechan, Llanystumdwy
II
Bont Fechan ac Afon Dwyfach - geograph.org.uk - 399158.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd Spans Afon Dwyfach.[8]
Bont Newydd
II
Bont Newydd - geograph.org.uk - 232827.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd On the road to Aber Falls.[9]
SH662720
Brecon, Usk Bridge
I
Road bridge over the river Usk - geograph.org.uk - 536224.jpg Brecknockshire Powys Links Bridge Street with Watergate.[10]
Bridgend, Old Bridge c.1425
II*
The Old Bridge - Yr Hen Bont, Bridgend - geograph.org.uk - 286432.jpg Glamorgan Bridgend Repaired after flood damage 1775, restored 2005, now footbridge.[11]
Brynderwen Bridge 1852
II*
Abermule "The Second Ironbridge", looking upstream - geograph.org.uk - 659374.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[12]
Builth Wells, Wye Bridge 1779
II
Wye Bridge, Builth Wells - geograph.org.uk - 13452.jpg Radnorshire Powys Widened 1925.[13]
Buttington Bridge 1872
II
River Severn,Buttington road bridge - geograph.org.uk - 676661.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn.[14]
Caerhowel Bridge 1858
II
Caerhowel Bridge over the Severn - geograph.org.uk - 611382.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[15]
Caergwrle Packhorse Bridge 17th century
II*
Caergwrle's Packhorse Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 377523.jpg Flintshire Flintshire Restored after damaged by floods, 2000.[16]
Caerleon Bridge 1806
II
Caerleon Bridge.JPG Monmouthshire Newport Replaced earlier wooden bridge.[17]
Caersws Bridge 1821
II
River Severn,Caersws road bridge. - geograph.org.uk - 904807.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[18]
Cardiff Bridge 1931
II
Cardiff Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 1453318.jpg Glamorgan Cardiff Repeatedly rebuilt during 18-19th centuries following flood damage.[19]
Cardigan Bridge 1726
II*
Cardigan Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 54239.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Widened and strengthened 1877-8.[20]
Carmarthen Bridge 1937-8
II
Carmarthen Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 23210.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Replaced medieval six arch bridge.[21]
Carmarthen, Pont King Morgan 2006 King Morgan 1.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Cable-stayed bridge, footbridge.
Cefn Coed Viaduct 1866
II*
Cefn Coed Viaduct, Merthyr Tydfil - geograph.org.uk - 56877.jpg Glamorgan Merthyr Tydfil Formerly carried the Brecon and Merthyr railway over the River Taff, now carries the Taff Trail.[22]
Cefn Viaduct 1848
II*
Cefn Viaduct - geograph.org.uk - 22240.jpg Denbighshire Wrexham Built by Thomas Brassey to carry the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway across the valley of the River Dee.[23]
Celtic Gateway Bridge 2006 The Celtic Gateway - geograph.org.uk - 404573.jpg Anglesey Anglesey Footbridge linking the centre of Holyhead with the inner harbour ferry terminal and railway station.
Cenarth Bridge 1787
II*
Cenarth Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 1122380.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire By William Edwards and his son David.[24]
Chepstow, Old Wye Bridge 1816
I
Chepstow Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 288954.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Designed by John Raistrick.[25]
Chepstow Railway Bridge 1852
II
River Wye Railway bridge at Chepstow.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Designed by Brunel, subsequently largely rebuilt on original piers and abutments.[26]
Chirk Aqueduct 1801
II*
ChirkAqueductBelow.JPG Denbighshire Wrexham Carries the Llangollen Canal across the Ceiriog Valley, partly in Wales, 710 ft (220 m) long.[27]
Chirk Viaduct 1846-8
II*
Chirk aqueduct and viaduct - geograph.org.uk - 226947.jpg Denbighshire Wrexham Adjacent to aqueduct, spans the Ceiriog Valley, partly in Wales, about 98 ft (30 m) high.[28]
Cil-cewydd Bridge 1861
II
River Severn,Cilcewydd road bridge - geograph.org.uk - 926213.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[29]
Cilgwrgan Bridge 1862
II
River Severn, Cilgwrgan Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 721176.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn.[30]
Cleddau Bridge 1975 Cleddau bridge1.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire Box girder bridge, partly collapsed during construction in 1970, the last major bridge disaster in the UK.
Conwy Railway Bridge 1848
I
The Tubular Railway Bridge across the Afon Conwy - geograph.org.uk - 1481713.jpg Caernarfonshire Conwy Tubular bridge built by Robert Stephenson to a design by William Fairbairn, precursor of Britannia Bridge.[31]
Conwy Suspension Bridge 1826
I
Telford's Suspension Bridge and Conwy Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1483200.jpg Caernarfonshire Conwy Built by Thomas Telford.[32]
Cook's Bridge, Rossett 19th century
II
Cook's Bridge near Trevalyn - geograph.org.uk - 77684.jpg Denbighshire Wrexham Spans River Alyn.[33]
Crickhowell Bridge 1706
I
CrickhowellBrideDetail.JPG Brecknockshire Powys Widened and repaired following damage by floods in 1808.[34]
Cynghordy Viaduct
II*
Train on Cynghordy Viaduct, Heart of Wales line - geograph.org.uk - 470902.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Crosses the valley of the Afon Brân.[35]
Devil's Bridge 1075–1901
II*
Devil's Bridge, The Three Bridges - geograph.org.uk - 404097.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Three bridges of 1075, 1753 and 1901, built one above the other, across deep gorge of Afon Mynach.[36]
Dolauhirion Bridge 1773
I
Pont Dolauhirion - geograph.org.uk - 980019.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire By William Edwards
Dolgellau, Y Bont Fawr 1638
II
Dolgellau Y Bont Fawr.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Widened and extended.[37]
Farndon Bridge c.1345
I
Farndon bridge.jpg Denbighshire Wrexham Spans River Dee between Cheshire and Denbighshire. Little altered apart from abutments and flood arches.[38]
Felindre Bridge, Llanidloes 1848
II
Felindre Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 294112.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[39]
Flintshire Bridge 1998 Flintshire Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 28512.jpg Flintshire Flintshire Cable-stayed bridge spanning canalised section of River Dee.
Gelli Bridge 18th century
II
Geograph-2501792-by-Jeremy-Bolwell.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire At confluence of Eastern Cleddau and Afon Syfynwy.[40]
Halfway Bridge
II
Halfway Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 351410.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd Spans Afon Ogwen.[41]
Hawarden Bridge 1887-9 Hawarden Bridge and a footpath - geograph.org.uk - 1131623.jpg Flintshire Flintshire Swing bridge, now welded shut, carries railway across River Dee.[42]
Hengoed Viaduct
II*
Old Railway Viaduct - geograph.org.uk - 361692.jpg Glamorgan Caerphilly Crosses the River Rhymney, now cycle/footpath.[43]
Kittlehill Packhorse Bridge
II
Kittlehill - geograph.org.uk - 873498.jpg Glamorgan Swansea Crosses Burry Pill, Gower Peninsula.[44]
Knucklas Viaduct 1865
II*
Knucklas viaduct - geograph.org.uk - 233752.jpg Radnorshire Powys Thirteen arches.[45]
Leckwith Old Bridge
II*
The old Leckwith road bridge crossing the River Ely - Cardiff - geograph.org.uk - 1393595.jpg Glamorgan Cardiff Across the River Ely.[46]
Llanbedr Bridge
II
Bridge over the Grwyne Fechan - geograph.org.uk - 74496.jpg Brecknockshire Powys Spans Grwyne Fechan.[47]
Llandderfel, Pont Fawr
II*
Llandderfel - geograph.org.uk - 65663.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Spans the River Dee.[48]
Llandeilo Bridge 1845-7
II*
Pont Llandeilo - geograph.org.uk - 472194.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Replaced medieval seven arch bridge.[49]
Llandeilo Railway Bridge
II
Lattice girder railway bridge over River Towy, Llandeilo.JPG Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Lattice girder bridge.[50]
Llandinam Bridge 1843
II*
River Severn, Llandinam bridge - geograph.org.uk - 711424.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[51]
Llandrinio Bridge 1775
I
Llandrinio Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 205218.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Strengthened to carry modern traffic in 1977.[52]
Llanellen Bridge 1821
II
Usk Bridge at Llanellen - geograph.org.uk - 1288760.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Built by John Upton of Gloucester.[53]
Llanfechain Bridge
II
Cain bridge, Llanfechain - geograph.org.uk - 518983.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Over the River Cain.[54]
Llangollen Bridge 16-20th century
I
Llangollen Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 710165.jpg Denbighshire Denbighshire Originally built by Henry I, reconstructed in 1346, replaced 16th century, widened 1873 and 1968.[55]
Llangynidr Bridge 16th century
I
Llangynidr.jpg Brecknockshire Powys Spans the River Usk.[56]
Llanidloes, Long Bridge
II
Long Bridge, Llanidloes - geograph.org.uk - 1141537.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[57]
Llanidloes, Short Bridge
II
River Severn,Short bridge.Llanidloes. - geograph.org.uk - 855124.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Designed by Thomas Penson.[58]
Llandysul Bridge
II
Llandysul bridge.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Replaced three arch bridge partly demolished by Royalists during Civil War.[59]
Llanrwst, Pont Fawr 1636
I
Pont Fawr, Llanrwst - geograph.org.uk - 614307.jpg Denbighshire Conwy Designed by Inigo Jones.[60]
Llawhaden Bridge
II*
Llawhaden Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 57289.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire Repaired 1809.[61]
Llechryd Bridge 17th century
II*
Llechryd Bridge River Reifi Castell Malgwyn.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Damaged by floods 2005.[62]
Loughor Railway Viaduct c.1860, replaced 2013
II
Road and rail bridges across the Loughor Estuary, linking Swansea County Borough with Carmarthenshire. Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Originally timber, engineered by Brunel.[63]
Machynlleth Bridge (Pont ar Dyfi) 1805
II*
Dovey Bridge, Machynlleth - geograph.org.uk - 190765.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Petition for replacement submitted 2011, following repeated damage by vehicles and floods.[64]
Menai Suspension Bridge 1826
I
Menai Suspension Bridge Dec 09.JPG Anglesey Anglesey Designed by Thomas Telford.[65]
Merthyr Mawr, New Bridge 1827
II*
Merthyrmawr Road at New Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 815297.jpg Glamorgan Bridgend Inscription records the bridge was built at the expense of the Right Honourable Sir John Nicholl in 1827.[66]
Merthyr Mawr, New Inn Bridge 15th century
II*
The New Inn Bridge Merthyr Mawr - geograph.org.uk - 980881.jpg Glamorgan Bridgend Built with holes in the parapets through which farmers pushed their sheep for their annual dip.[67]
Monmouth, Monnow Bridge 1272
I
Monnow Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 1070447.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire The only surviving medieval fortified river bridge with gateway in Great Britain, gatehouse added 14th century.[68]
Monmouth, Wye Bridge c.1617
II
Wye Bridge, Monmouth - geograph.org.uk - 36247.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Widened 1879.[69]
Monmouth Viaduct 1861 Monmouth viaduct.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Coleford, Monmouth, Usk & Pontypool Railway over River Wye. Closed 1964.
Nevern Bridge
II
Bridge at Nevern - geograph.org.uk - 29466.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire Spans Afon Nyfer.[70]
Newcastle Emlyn Bridge
II*
Bridge over River Teifi - geograph.org.uk - 708547.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Spans the River Teifi.[71]
Newport Bridge 1927
II
Newport Town Bridge.jpg Monmouthshire Newport Replaced bridge of 1800.[72]
Newport, City Bridge 2004 Citybridgenewport.jpg Monmouthshire Newport Received Structural Steel Design Award in 2005.
Newport, City Footbridge 2006 Newport City Footbridge from the east bank of the Usk - geograph.org.uk - 546247.jpg Monmouthshire Newport Received George Gibby Award 2007.
Newport, George Street Bridge 1964
II*
George Street Bridge2.jpg Monmouthshire Newport First cable-stayed bridge in the United Kingdom.[73]
Newport Transporter Bridge 1906
I
Newport Transporter Bridge from east bank.jpg Monmouthshire Newport Designed by Ferdinand Arnodin, one of only 8 surviving transporter bridges in the world.[74]
Newtown, Long Bridge 1827
II
River Severn,Long road bridge. - geograph.org.uk - 908038.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Across the River Severn, designed by Thomas Penson.[75]
Pant-y-Goitre Bridge c.1821
II*
Bridge over the River Usk, near Pant-y-Goitre - geograph.org.uk - 364879.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Attributed to John Upton.[76]
Penmachno, Roman Bridge
II
Roman Bridge near Penmachno - geograph.org.uk - 224910.jpg Caernarfonshire Conwy Medieval packhorse bridge.[77]
Penmaenpool Bridge 1879
II
Penmaenpool-bridge-01s.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Wooden tollbridge across River Mawddach.[78]
Pont Aberffraw 1731
II
Pont Aberffraw Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 287204.jpg Anglesey Anglesey No longer in use for vehicles.[79]
Pont Allt-y-Cafan c.1841
II*
Afon Teifi - geograph.org.uk - 343948.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Spans the River Teifi.[80]
Pont Beddgelert
II
Beddgelert - The bridge over the Nant Colwyn - geograph.org.uk - 1617723.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd Spans River Colwyn.[81]
Pont Briwet 1860
II
Pont Briwet - geograph.org.uk - 606748.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Largely wooden railway viaduct, incorporating single-track road.[82] Approval granted for demolition, February 2012.[83]
Pont Crafnant
II
Pont Crafnant - geograph.org.uk - 146971.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Spans Afon Artro east of Pentre Gwynfryn.[84]
Pont Cothi, Abergorlech 17-18th century Afon Cothi, Abergorlech - geograph.org.uk - 41469.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Inscription, "this bridge was mended by John Jones 1794".[85]
Pont Carrog
II*
Bridge at Carrog. - geograph.org.uk - 663304.jpg Merionethshire Denbighshire Spans River Dee.[86]
Pont Cysylltau 17-18th century
I
Cysyllte bridge, Trevor - geograph.org.uk - 266483.jpg Denbighshire Denbighshire Between Trevor and Froncysyllte.[87]
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct 1805
I
WalesC0047.jpg Denbighshire Wrexham Built by Thomas Telford and William Jessop, UNESCO World Heritage Site.[88]
Pont Dysynni
II
Pont Dysynni. - geograph.org.uk - 239384.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Modern bridge alongside.[89]
Ponterwyd, Hen Bont 18th century
II
Ponterwyd, Hen Bont - geograph.org.uk - 26701.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Close to Georgian Ponterwyd Chapel.[90]
Pont Fadog 1726
II
Pont Fadog - geograph.org.uk - 41994.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Carries old drover's road across Afon Ysgethin.[91]
Pont Felin-y-ffridd
II
Pont Felin-y-ffrîdd - geograph.org.uk - 257787.jpg Montgomeryshire Powys Carries the road from Machynlleth over the Afon Dulas.[92]
Pont Gethin 1879
II*
Pont Gethin - geograph.org.uk - 134974.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd Railway viaduct spanning the Lledr Valley.[93]
Pont Gogoyan 18th century
II*
Geograph-2547626-by-Roger--Kidd.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Spans River Teifi near Llanddewi Brefi.[94]
Pont Llandeilo-yr-ynys
II*
Bridge over the river Towy near Nantgaredig - geograph.org.uk - 21095.jpg Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire Spans River Towy near Nantgaredig.[95]
Pont Llanelltyd
II*
Pont Llanelltyd - geograph.org.uk - 535592.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Near Dolgellau, now footbridge.[96]
Pont Llanfair
II
The bridge at Llanfair Clydogau - geograph.org.uk - 821483.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Spans River Teifi at Llanfair Clydogau.[97]
Pont Llanio Grazing land at Pont Llanio, near Llanddewi-Brefi, Ceredigion - geograph.org.uk - 1224751.jpg Cardiganshire Ceredigion Spans River Teifi near Llanddewi Brefi.
Pont Llanychaer
II
Llanychaer Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 774106.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire Spans River Gwaun.[98]
Pont Llwyncyntefin
II
Pont Llwyncyntefin near Sennybridge - geograph.org.uk - 448060.jpg Brecknockshire Powys Spans River Usk.[99]
Pont Marquis, Bodorgan
II
Pont Marquis. - geograph.org.uk - 102966.jpg Anglesey Anglesey Spans Afon Cefni, adjoining site of WWII POW camp.[100]
Pont Minllyn 17th century
II
Packhorse bridge, Minllyn - geograph.org.uk - 1461180.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Built by the local rector, Dr. John Davies.[101]
Pont Pen-y-benglog
II
Packhorse Bridge, Pont Pen-y-Benglog,Ogwen - geograph.org.uk - 38034.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd Spans Afon Ogwen at west end of Llyn Ogwen, span of packhorse bridge still visible.[102]
Pontrhydyfen Aqueduct
II
Bridge at Pontrhydyfen - geograph.org.uk - 65973.jpg Glamorgan Neath Port Talbot Now part of pedestrian and cycle track.[103]
Pontsarn Viaduct
II*
Pontsarn Viaduct - geograph.org.uk - 307522.jpg Brecknockshire Merthyr Tydfil Crosses the Afon Taff Fechan.[104]
Pont Scethin Scheduled Monument Pont Scethin - geograph.org.uk - 58162.jpg Merionethshire Gwynedd Remote packhorse bridge on old coach route from London to Harlech.[105]
Pont y Cafnau 1793
II*
Pont y Cafnau iron rail bridge and aqueduct.jpg Glamorgan Merthyr Tydfil World's earliest surviving iron railway bridge, built for a tramway to the Cyfarthfa Ironworks.[106]
Pont y Cim 1612
II
The historic bridge known as "Pont Y Cim," Pontllyfni, Gwynedd. - geograph.org.uk - 172998.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd Near Pontllyfni: an inscribed stone on the bridge reads "Pont Y Cim, Catring Bwkle hath give 20 povends to mack this brighe. 1612".[107]
Pont y Gromlech
II
Pont y Gromlech - geograph.org.uk - 225922.jpg Caernarfonshire Gwynedd In Llanberis Pass.[108]
Pont y Gwaith 1811
II
Pontygwaith.jpg Glamorgan Merthyr Tydfil "Bridge of the works" - referring to nearby ironworks.[109]
Pont-y-Pair, Betws y Coed 1468
II*
Pont-y-Pair bridge from the rock cannon - geograph.org.uk - 1375126.jpg Caernarfonshire Conwy "Bridge of the cauldron".[110]
Pontypridd, Old Bridge 1756
I
Old Bridge, Pontypridd, S. Wales.jpg Glamorgan Rhondda Cynon Taf Built by William Edwards, at 140 ft (43 m) the longest single span bridge in Great Britain for 40 years.[111]
Pont y Werin 2010 Pont y Werin.jpg Glamorgan Vale of Glamorgan Bascule bridge between Cardiff International Sports Village and Penarth.
Porthkerry Viaduct
II
PorthkerryParkviaduct.jpg Glamorgan Vale of Glamorgan In country park.[112]
Queensferry, Jubilee Bridge 1926
II
Queensferry Blue Bridge and Old Bridge Abutment looking North - geograph.org.uk - 410700.jpg Flintshire Flintshire Bascule bridge, no longer opens. Also known as the Blue Bridge.[113]
St. Catherine's Bridge
II
St Catherines Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 239000.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire Spans Western Cleddau.[114]
Second Severn Crossing 1996 Severn Beach MMB 08C Second Severn Crossing.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire 3.19 mi (5.13 km) long.
Stackpole, Eight-Arch Bridge
II*
Eight arch bridge at Stackpole - geograph.org.uk - 189664.jpg Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire On the Stackpole Estate, owned and maintained by the National Trust.[115]
Usk Bridge 1746–52
II*
Usk Bridge, Usk - geograph.org.uk - 1268258.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Designed by William Edwards, enlarged 1836.[116]
Waterloo Bridge, Betws-y-Coed 1815
I
Waterloo Bridge over River Llugwy.JPG Caernarfonshire Conwy Early cast-iron bridge, designed by Thomas Telford.[117]
Wye Bridge 1966
II
River Wye estuary and M48 Wye road bridge.jpg Monmouthshire Monmouthshire Approach to the original Severn Bridge, 1,340 ft (410 m) long, strengthened in 1987.[118]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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