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View over the Nith from the pathway on the east bank of the river on 1 September showing the bridge that once carried the Dumfries - Stranraer line. The bridge was refurbished and reopened in July 2008 as the Queen of the South Viaduct for the use of pedestrians and cyclists as part of the Maxwelltown Railway Path. The route follows the trackbed west as far as Cargenbridge Viaduct [See image 15525]

John Furnevel [01/09/2009]


View west over the Queen of the South Viaduct spanning the Nith in Dumfries on 1 September 2009. The refurbished and resurfaced former railway bridge is now part of the ^Maxwelltown^ Railway Path to Cargenbridge [see image 27186].
John Furnevel [01/09/2009]


Southwick station viewed from the east.
Ewan Crawford [//]
All photographs of Castle Douglas and Dumfries Railway
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