Tag: GB – Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal

The Best Wales Road Trip Itinerary – Updated 2021; Abi King; Inside The Travel Lab

This gorgeous Wales road trip itinerary takes in some of the best places to visit in Wales. Full of detail and inspiration for you.

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Best aqueducts in the UK from Grade I listed spots to a 479ft long structure; Nigel Thompson; Daily Mirror

 

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Iconic structures to shine for special ten year celebration; Nigel Barlow; About Manchester

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.

Source: Iconic structures to shine for special ten year celebration – About Manchester

Spectacular three-week light show to mark aqueduct World Heritage status; Owen Evans; Daily Post

The aqueduct, and several other structures along the Llangollen Canal, have been lit up in incredible fashion…

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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.

Source: Spotlight on World Heritage delights along Llangollen Canal – in pictures

World Heritage Site locations are lighting up with special illuminations in October; Free Press

Parts of a World Heritage Site will be lit up with special illuminations for three weeks next month.

Source: World Heritage Site locations are lighting up with special illuminations in October

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’.

Source: Celebrations this weekend to mark 10 years of World Heritage Status for Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Don’t read this if you’re scared of heights or water: packrafting along the world’s highest aqueduct in a 2kg boat; Alf Alderson; SCMP

Source: Don’t read this if you’re scared of heights or water: packrafting along the world’s highest aqueduct in a 2kg boat

Narrowboat cruises in England and Wales; Jack Maloney; Star Tribune

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