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Gradient marker and plenty of ballast on the approach from the south.
Matthew Tomlins [/8/2007]


Divie viaduct at dusk.
Matthew Tomlins [/8/2007]


The castellated north end of the 1863 Edinkillie Railway Viaduct over the River Divie in Morayshire, complemented by the surrounding autumn colours in October 2005. The grade B listed structure, generally referred to as The Divie Viaduct, is located between Dava and Dunphail and now forms part of The Dava Way. [See image 5793]
John Furnevel [31/10/2005]
All photographs of Divie Viaduct
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