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Bassaleg is a small semi-urban suburb located two miles from Newport’s city centre, and home to Bassaleg Viaduct, the world’s oldest, operational railway viaduct structure, built in 1826.
The two railway station buildings once served the Brecon and Merthyr Railway and Great Western Railway, both closed under Dr Beeching, but Bassaleg remains connected to Cardiff and Ebbw Vale by train through the nearby station of Pye Corner.
Surveys have shown that Bassaleg was once home to a Saxon camp. There are several listed properties, including the C.14 Parish Church buildings, a thatched cottage built in late C.17 that has been restored, and two buildings adjacent to the Tredegar Arms.