Between the improbably named village of Trevor and its neighbour Cysyllte on the opposite bank of the river Dee lies a masterpiece from the early industrial revolution. The aqueduct carries the Llangollen canal over the valley and reaches 38 metres (126 ft) in height.
A footpath runs alongside the canal, presumably in the early days for the horses to draw barges across the aqueduct. Despite the railings running along the edge of the footpath it still seems precarious, but that must be nothing to being in a barge and experiencing the scarily unfettered view of the treetops and river below to one side.
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