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Description:Pont Gethin on the A470
Named after Owen Gethin Jones, the most prominent person to come from Penmachno after the Bishop Morgan who translated the Bible into Welsh. He was a poet, a local historian and also a highly successful building and civil engineering contractor. His most prominent achievement was the construction of the railway from Betws y Coed towards Blaenau Ffestiniog which includes this long viaduct that takes the railway from one side of the Lledr valley to the other.
Location:53.067466, -3.822223
Road:A470, Ffordd Cambria
Date:04 11 2009
Photographer:� Copyright Eirian Evans and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
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current22:05, 8 March 2010Thumbnail for version as of 22:05, 8 March 2010640 × 480 (82 KB)Jeni (talk | contribs)'''Pont Gethin on the A470'''<br/>Named after Owen Gethin Jones, the most prominent person to come from Penmachno after the Bishop Morgan who translated the Bible into Welsh. He was a poet, a local historian and also a highly successful building and civil

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