Railway Gallery – Groudle Viaduct » Groudle Viaduct, 2000s

2000s

Groudle Viaduct viewed from the bottom of the glen. It was built in Spring 1894 by local contractor Mark Carine for the extension of the line from Groudle to Laxey, consisting of three 20ft arches – it is the only viaduct on the railway that carries both road and rail traffic. © Jon Wornham

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