An amazing piece of Victorian engineering providing an opportunity to walk up to 120ft above the Dee valley. Walkers have the relative protection of an iron railing on one side and the Llangollen canal on the other. Anyone crossing on a narrowboat is one step away from a fall to the valley bottom. If, like me, heights are not your thing, get a good grip on the boat before looking out or over the edge. Telfords skills were amazing and the views are spectacular. Well worth a visit. For those wanting a longer walk on the towpath there is the Chirk aqueduct over the River Ceiriog on the England - Wales border. A smaller aqueduct with a railway line running higher next to it.
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