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Commins Coch is a small village on the A470 in Powys county in Wales notable for the narrow bridge set at right angles that crosses the mid Wales railway line. The size and angle of the bridge restricts all traffic to crossing one vehicle at a time and it can be a serious problem for articulated lorries to cross. Commins Coch is also the site of one of the holiday cottages allegedly burnt down by Meibion Glyndŵr during its campaign against English incomers. The cottage, now restored, can be seen on the right when leaving the village traveling East.
Places of Worship in Commins Coch: Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah Witnesses 42 Brongwinau Commins Coch Aberystwyth Dyfed SY23 3BQ 01970 612383
Schools/Colleges in Commins Coch: Commins Coch C.P. School (Primary) Commins Coch Aberystwyth Ceredigion SY23 3BQ 01970 623497
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