3 reviews of National Trust: Conwy Suspension Bridge in English
Telford’s bridge, built 1822-26 was, until 1958, the only road crossing at Conwy.
Since then it has been a footbridge, and is in the care of the National Trust. The 327ft span, between towers design to match those of the castle behind, still has the original suspension chains.
The original toll house (at the Llandudno Junction end) has been furnished as it would have been in the mid 19th century, with entry of just £1.
Desgined by Thomas Telford in 1826 this magnificent Suspension Bridge connects to the 13th century castle. The view of both the Suspension Bridge and the Castle is probably the most photographed in the area, its a stunning landmark and one which I am very proud to live so close to.
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