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Waterside Viaduct, Sedbergh

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Disused bridge and viaduct over the River Lune cc-by-sa/2.0 - © John Sparshatt -
JD 2018 Sedbergh 2.jpg
JD 2018 Sedbergh 1.jpg
In this closer view the joints between castings can be discerned

near Sedbergh, Cumbria

Also known as the Lune Viaduct, it carried a now-disused railway line between Clapham Junction (on the Leeds - Morecambe line) and Lowgill. 530 ft long.

Geograph entries, with map, here, here and here.

The viaduct incorporates an elegant cast iron arch bridge, standing 100 ft above the River Lune. The bridge. There is a skew bridge with very similar iron arches on the same route - Rawthey Bridge, Sedbergh.

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