Canal Bridge In Brecon

Canal Bridge In Brecon

Bridge 166 crossing the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal as it leaves the basin in Brecon. Dating from the early 1800s the canal was constructed to transport coal and iron to Newport. It also joined with a system of tramways linking mines and quarries to the waterway. It winds its way through the Brecon Beacons, largely following the contours of the mountains as it tracks the course of the River Usk. It is currently navigable to Pontnewydd and plans are in place to extend this.

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Image size: 4298 x 2920, 13.71Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 19/11/2018

Ian Lewis |  Canal Bridge In Brecon
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