Barmouth bridge is the longest wooden railway bridge in Great Britian.
A bit of information from the BBC
Calls have been made for a 146-year-old railway bridge to be listed as a World Heritage Site.
Barmouth Town Council plans to hold talks with historic monuments agency Cadw and Network Rail, which owns the bridge across the Mawddach estuary.
The 900m-long (2,953 ft) bridge carries the Cambrian Coast Railway from Machynlleth to Pwllheli.
•The line onwards from Barmouth to Pwllheli, which suffered the most devastating damage, will take longer to repair and we are currently working on a programme to re-open fully by mid-May 2014.
It has been noted that the condition of the bridge is scruffy. Some woodwork has been done but the steel sections are now showing its age and not in a good way.
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