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Site Details

NPRN 23996

Map Reference SN53SE

Grid Reference SN58473358

Unitary (Local) Authority Carmarthenshire

Old County Carmarthenshire

Community Llanfynydd (Carmarthenshire)

Type of Site BRIDGE


Period Post Medieval

Site Description Pont Cothi is a single-carriageway 3-bay bridge of rubble stone. The central piers have full-height V-shaped cutwaters rising to the parapet as refuges. The centre and right-hand arches are pointed with narrow voussoirs, of which the right-hand is partly distorted. The later left-hand arch is segmental with dressed voussoirs. All arches have drip moulds. The parapet has a simple coping course. On the downstream side one refuge has a small stone tablet inscribed 'this bridge was mended by John Jones 1794' which probably refers to the construction of the segmental arch. The left bank has a splayed stone abutment.

A wooden bridge over the Cothi at Abergorlech is mentioned in 1675, the present bridge therefore being later.

Reference: Cadw listed buildings database.

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