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Pont Dafydd

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The name Pont Dafydd is applied to two extant structures in St. Asaph.

The first is a 17th Century stone bridge which used to carry the main road to Holywell over the River Clwyd. Both road and river have now been diverted, leaving this as no more than a cobbled field access, separated from St. Asaph by the A55 dual carriageway.

The second is a 19th Century structure built as a wider replacement for the older bridge. It now carries a spur of the A525 leading to the westbound A55 across the river.

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Crossings of the River Clwyd
Pont Petryal • Pont Nantclwyd • Park Road Bridge • Ruthin North Link Bridge • Pont Ruffydd • Pont Dafydd • St Asaph Bypass Bridge • Rhuddlan Bypass Bridge • Foryd Bridge

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