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This Wetherspoon pub is near the site of one of the five gateways through the medieval city walls. Originally called Wales Gate, it became known as Blounts Gate after a former gatekeeper.
A blue plaque, fixed to a car park wall, at the junction of Westgate Street and Quay Street, indicates the location of the gateway to the Town Quay. Although the nearest water is now more than 200m away, until 150 years ago the Taff flowed along what is now Westgate Street, and, until the end of the 18th century, the quay was Cardiff's main outlet to the sea.
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