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Llandeilo Bridge spans the River Towy (famous for its salmon fishing) in Carmarthenshire, Wales. The bridge carries the A483 road and connects Llandeilo to Ffairfach.<br><br> Llandeilo Bridge was designed by William Williams in 1840 and completed by Edward Haycock in 1851, at one point it was one of Britain's largest bridges and one of the many wonders of Wales. <br><br> There is much to tell of the crossing of the Towy at Llandeilo and you will find the link to the full history further down the page.<br><br> The present bridge, the third bridge, is a single-arch structure and the subject of many pictures in tourist magazines and websites. However, the previous bridge was even more renowned and was the subject of one of Britain’s greatest painters JMW Turner. <br><br> Today the bridge remains a fantastic stone monument to the nineteenth century engineers and is a must see for all visitors to the town.
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