Traditional restoration for 15th century bridge

The 15th century bridge in Bridgend, England gave the town its name. Now the town will give something back by using traditional methods to give the bridge a facelift.

Originally used by pilgrims to St. David's, the 1425 bridge was partially destroyed by flooding in the 18th century. The lengthy restoration process is using lime-mortar techniques to keep the structure as authentic as possible.