Structures – Groudle Viaduct (1894)

Built in Spring 1894 by local contractor Mark Carine for the extension of the line from Groudle to Laxey, Groudle Viaduct consists of three 20ft arches over the glen of the same name. It is the only viaduct on the system that carries both road and rail traffic.

Groudle Viaduct from the bottom of the Glen. © Jon Wornham

Groudle Viaduct from the bottom of the Glen. © Jon Wornham

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