Mortimer's Bridge No 65

With Pipe Bridge alongside
Old Abergavenny Road, Mamhilad, Goetre Fawr, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom
Old Abergavenny Road
Mortimer's Bridge No 65 is a minor waterways place on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal between Pontymoile Basin (Junction with the Monmouthshire Canal) (3 miles and 1¼ furlongs to the southwest) and Wooden Bridge No 91 (Footpath to Llanellen a quarter of a mile) (5 miles and 5¼ furlongs to the north).
The nearest place in the direction of Pontymoile Basin is Skinners Bridge No 64; 1 furlong away.
The nearest place in the direction of Wooden Bridge No 91 is Brook Farm Bridge No 66; 1¼ furlongs away.

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4.6 Cardiff Railway; 4.7 Cleobury Mortimer and Ditton Priors Light Railway ... GWR Ariadne class loco "Nemesis", at Trowbridge, not later than 1872 ..... Wks No 153, 0-6-0ST became GW No 1359; Severn Bridge, Vulcan Foundry Wks .... 52, 64–65, 70–72, 99–104, 127–138, 708, 710–726, 807, 729, 742, 747, 74, 776 –780.
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There are several memorial highway designations and historic bridges along US 2 that .... Unlike a freeway, the expressway has standard intersections and not ... Through this area, the trunkline carries a speed limit of 65 mph (105 km/h) for car ..... Jump up ^ The other cantilevered deck truss bridge is the Mortimer E. Cooley  ...
ALDOT plans rolling roadblocks this week for northbound I-65, as ...
Jan 11, 2016 ... The delays are needed so that crews can perform bridge work on I-65. In case of inclement weather, the roadblocks will be postponed. Work on ...
Berkshire - Bridges | ABC Railway Guide
Bridges - The ABC Railway Guide is a database of railway infrastructure in Great Britain. ... and River Trust No 65 - Steel Deck - 1 Span, Enborne Underline Bridge ... Stratfield Mortimer Underline Bridge; Mortimer Brook, Stratfield Mortimer ...
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