Aberffraw Bridge on Aberffraw travel guide
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The old hump-back bridge in Aberffraw, Anglesey, North Wales spans the Afon (River) Ffraw. The stone bridge was built in 1731 by Sir Arthur Owen of Bodawen. Traffic is prohibited from using the bridge.





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