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Arten Gill Viaduct

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1877.

Arten Gill Viaduct is one of two major masonry structures built relatively close to each other as part of the southern section of the Settle and Carlisle Railway

John Sydney Crossley designed it as part his work on the whole railway

Later part of the Midland Railway

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