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I think it is the river/stream that forms Roath Park lake, the stream then continues through Roath park but I then lose it on Google Earth, it must come out on the shoreline somewhere so this stream/river must be covered over after Roath park. I'm not sure that the stream above is the Lleucu but you can follow the stream from the lake on OS maps. Below Roath Park it bends the east and eventually flows into the River Rhymney just north of Newport Road.
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