HistoryPoints News

Jun 6, 2012

Centuries of swearing at Llanrwst

The fine old bridge at Llanrwst has long been known as the swearing bridge because ...
generations of drivers have met in the middle, often needing several attempts and reversals to get across. But the air must have been blue on the day the bridge opened in 1636, when an elementary mistake led to the embarrassment you can read about by scanning the QR codes on the east bank, each side of the bridge. Or by clicking here