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Crumlin Viaduct


The word viaduct derivies from the Latin via (way) and ductus (to lead). A viaduct is a type of long bridge either built as a series of tall towers linked by bridge spans or made by placing a continuous track upon supporting arches. Caerphilly County had a good share of viaducts, most of which have now disappeared.

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