Brynich Bridge No 164

A40 Field Bridge
A40, Brecon, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom
Brynich Bridge No 164 is a minor waterways place on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal between Brynich Aqueduct (south end) No 2 (Also called River Usk Aqueduct) (6 furlongs and 1 lock to the east) and Theatre Basin (End of navigation and Brecon town centre) (1 mile and 4¼ furlongs to the west).
The nearest place in the direction of Brynich Aqueduct (south end) No 2 is Cefn Brynich Aqueduct No 1; ½ furlongs away.
The nearest place in the direction of Theatre Basin is Brecon Flyover Bridge No 164a (Brynich Bridge Long Road Bridge (68yds) under the A40 dual carriageway); 1½ furlongs away.

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Brecon - Accessible Walks - routes suitable for wheelchair users ...
Brecon to Brynich Aqueduct (Bridge 167 - 162) ... locks, a stretch of around 3km, but please note that there is a lack of resting areas between bridge 164 and 163. ... The towpath is smooth and hard with no considerable linear or cross slope.
Canoe hire on the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal. Route Planner ...
If you are not sure about your ability for unaccompanied canoe hire see our ... Brecon Canal crossing River Usk via the Aqueduct at Brynich. ... Bridge 164 ...
Copy of MBCycle_guide - Canal & River Trust
Humphrey's Bridge no 100 is the lowest on the canal. Bridge 101 to Bridge 102 ( Gilwern) ... Bridge 134 to Bridge 163 (Brynich Lock). 13000. B ... Enjoy panoramic views of the Brecon Beacons before reaching bridge 164. The terminus of the ...
Mon & Brec Canal Walk 01 - coolcanals
Because it's not connected to Britain's main canal networks, the slow ... Brynich Caravan Club Site. Brecon. Short walk from bridge. 164. T:01874 623325.
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