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over the River South Tyne in Haltwhistle, Northumberland.
It is a railway viaduct with six main arches, the four over the river being skewed.
The piers standing in the river are pierced by arched openings, which were originally intended to be linked by a pedestrian walkway across the river.
1851-2 Built for the Alston branch of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.
Designed by George Barclay Bruce.
2006 Restored by the North Pennines Heritage Trust, and reopened as part of a pedestrian footpath.