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Truro Viaduct

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Truro Viaduct.

A Class 'A' viaduct 1-mile east of Truro Railway Station.

92 feet high, 1,329 feet long on 20 piers.

Replaced by a new stone viaduct on 14 February 1904.

This is the longest conventional viaduct on the line. It gives travellers a bird's-eye view of the city and cathedral below, and the Truro River, a tributary to the River Fal, in the distance.

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