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Seen across the disintegrating outer breakwater of Brunel's Dock, the current Briton Ferry dock, in the mouth of the River Neath, was originally used to trans-ship goods from the Neath Canal, and is still used by aggregates transporters. After the Second World War many old warships were scrapped here, and this is the origin of the name 'Giant's Grave'. Two roads bridges - the A48 and the M4 - now cross the river at this point.

Giant's Grave, Briton Ferry
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