Cynghordy Viaduct, Llanfair-ar-y-Bryn, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Open Daily. Free Entry.
There is no designated parking for the viaduct, but you can park alongside the road to view the bridge. Disability toilets can be found in the main car park in nearby Llandovery.
The Cynghordy Viaduct is a railway bridge that was built in 1867-8. It spans over 305 metres in length and is 33 metres high, with 18 arches built on a curve. The viaduct was noted as a Grade II listed building in July 1966.
Cynghordy Viaduct, Llandovery SA20 0LW
Cynghordy Viaduct is off the A483 from Llandovery to Llanwrtyd Wells. In the village of Cynghordy, take the next left after the road signposted towards the train station. Then turn right at the next junction and follow the road for about a mile, the viaduct can be seen from the roadside.
For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
Cynghordy itself doesn’t have any amenities, but you can find places to purchase food and drink within a five-mile radius of the village and viaduct.