National Recording Project


Detail from: Memorial to 158 Squadron by Peter W. Naylor, 2009



Type Marker

     Cadw report: 'Dressed granite slab with shaped (pointed) top, cut with lettering.'
     Cadw report: 'In 1805 Viscount Thomas James Warren Bulkeley (7th Viscount) made a new road through his land to run along the straits and built a sea-wall five ft high to protect it. It was opened to the public in 1806. In 1828 it became a turnpike road and the approaches to both Menai Bridge and Beaumaris were improved. The milestone dates from the establishment of the turnpike in 1828, and is one of four originally placed along its route, all of which survive.'


Incised on front of slab (NB Difficult to read): BEAUMARIS / 4 MILES / MENAI BRIDGE / 3 FURLS

Contributor details

Contributor Role
Known, Not ---

Element details

Part of work Material Dimensions
Milestone Granite 100cm high x 46cm wide x 30cm deep

PMSA recording information

Reference Region
General condition Fair
Surface condition
  • Biological growth
  • Other
Structural condition
  • Other
  • None
Road High Street
Precise location Set in corner of wall outside the front of 'Mile End' house
A-Z ref None
OS ref SH557721
Date of design None
Year of unveiling c.1828
Unveiling details c.1828
Commissioned by None
Duty of care None
Listing status II
At risk? No known risk

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