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Stambermill Viaduct is a viaduct situated in Stourbridge, West Midlands, England.
It was constructed in 1850 to carry the new railway between Stourbridge and Walsall across the River Stour, and was open to passenger trains until 1964. It is still in use for goods trains, as the railway is still is use as far as Round Oak Steel Terminal at Brierley Hill (though trains have not travelled beyond that point since 1993, however a re-opening is due during the 2010s). Freight trains can still be seen passing over the viaduct.