There cannot be many places where it is possible to pass underneath a major antiquity. Strictly speaking Wat's Dyke is no longer here as the creation of the railway must have radically altered if not obliterated it. The line of where the Dyke used to be follows the railway at this point.
This underpass, that connects the Maesgwyn area to a small retail park close to Wrexham General Station, is a challenging place to be. It is no wonder that the official Wat's Dyke Heritage Trail avoids this place even though it would allow you to follow a more accurate, authentic and less moderated path along the remnants of the Dyke.