ⓘ Leckwith Bridge

                                     

ⓘ Leckwith Bridge

The old Leckwith Bridge dates from at least the early 16th century, referred to in 1536 as being "soundly built of stone". It was probably partially rebuilt in the 17th century and the central arch being rebuilt during the 18th century. The bridge has three arches built of rubblestone. The roadway is approximately 2.75m 9 feet in width, with the addition of pedestrian refuges above pointed cutwaters between each arch.

The bridge was listed as grade II* in 1952, being an example of "rare and wonderful medieval bridge". The bridge remains in use today for cargo vehicles going to the adjacent builders yard.

                                     
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  • Wales. The club plays their home games at Lawrenny Avenue, located off Leckwith Road, Cardiff. Canton Rugby Football Club commenced playing in 1876 and
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