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Huckford Viaduct

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The Huckford Viaduct (also known as the Winterbourne Viaduct) spans the River Frome just north of Winterbourne Down in South Gloucestershire, England. It was built in 1902 as part of the Wootton Bassett to Patchway railway line. It now forms part of the line from Bristol to Paddington station.

The viaduct rises to 100 feet above the river, and is made up of 11 massive brick arches. The Frome Valley Walkway passes through one of these arches.


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