The Viaduct – Aqueduct Walk
The town was one of eight to be given city status, marking the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and World Heritage Site taking the Llangollen Canal over the River Dee valley in Wales, has been named as one of the Marvels of the Modern Waterways.
Pontcysyllte, Wrecsam: It is a dreamlike experience to watch a narrowboat float in that impossible space between the treetops…
Stylish Victorian house with uninterrupted views of famous world heritage site; Joanne Ridout; Wales Online
It’s amazing inside as well as outside…
A luminaire of iconic structures along the 11-mile corridor of the Dee Valley’s World Heritage site near Llangollen is expected to draw thousands of visitors to the area this month. The event runs from 7-27 October and marks the ten-year anniversary since Thomas Telford’s breathtaking nineteenth century Pontcysyllte Aqueduct at Trevor Basin was given the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Status in 2009.
Spotlight on World Heritage delights along Llangollen Canal – in pictures; Sue Austin; Shropshire Star
Structures along the 11 miles of the Llangollen Canal world heritage site including the Chirk aqueduct and viaduct are being lit up this month and are expected to draw thousands of visitors to the area.
Celebrations this weekend to mark 10 years of World Heritage Status for Pontcysyllte Aqueduct; Wrexham.com
A free celebration of events will take place at the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct this weekend to mark the 10th anniversary of the Llangollen Canal’s designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Trevor Basin, situated next to Britain’s highest, longest aqueduct, will host an afternoon packed full of exciting, family-friendly activities and attractions on Saturday 29th June (2-6pm) – as well as the opportunity to stroll along the stunning ‘Stream in the Sky’.