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Photo number:
Photo #60272

Four motor vehicles on Pont Fawr, which is Llanrwst's iconic bridge (its profile is used on the brown signs). Weight limited to 16 tons (sorry can't remember if that should be tonnes) it is only one lane wide and often one of the vehicles has to reverse all the way off the bridge. This was the main crossing point of the river until 1826 when Thomas Telford built a suspension bridge at Conwy.

(I took this from the passenger seat of a motor-vehicle.)

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