Event Organiser: ICE

Britannia Bridge Cathedral abutment, Anglesey


  • Lecture
  • Anglesey
  • 24 June 2018
  • 10:00 - 16:30
Britannia Bridge

About this event

We will be having three tours of unseen parts of the Britannia Bridge: the lower level service deck, alongside the railway track, and inside the “Cathedral”, the vast open space in the abutment on the Anglesey side. 
Tours start at 10.00, 12.30 & 14.30 and last 1.5 hours.

The abutment is a “confined space” with an uneven, unpaved surface and construction site style temporary stairs and lighting
The service deck is adjacent to, but separate from, an operating railway
Safety instructions must be strictly observed
Groups will be restricted to 10 persons
Children under 5 years of age not accepted
Hard hats and High Vis waistcoats will be provided for the visit into the abutment and again for the service deck walk.
Stout footwear and suitable clothing recommended and access may be denied to visitors considered to be unsafely shod or clad.
Visitors advised to wear gloves and have a hand held torch in the abutment.
Advice will be given on parking arrangements and where to assemble for the visit.


Limited space/numbers.

Contact 01248 715046 or info@menaiheritage.org.uk 

Please specify the time when booking.


The Thomas Telford Centre
Mona Road
Menai Bridge
Anglesey LL59 5EA
United Kingdom
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For more information please contact:

Graham Coombs

e: graham.coombs@ice.org.uk