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Cefn Mawr (Newbridge) viaduct

Cefn Mawr (Newbridge) viaduct

in 1846 the mighty Cefn Viaduct was built by Thomas Brassey and this ushered in the second industrial revolution, the Age of the Steam Railway Engine and another major transport route to Cefn Mawr and Surrounding Villages. The viaduct was built to the design of Henry Robinson of Llantysilio, chief engineer to the Shrewsbury to Chester Railway, in 1846, Thomas Brassey being the general contractor, and completed in August 1848. The cost was £72,346.

Rob Lester

Image size: 5135 x 3423, 12.87Mb | Camera details: Canon EOS 6D | Date uploaded: 15/10/2018

Rob Lester |  Cefn Mawr (Newbridge) viaduct
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