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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]


The seven arch Divie Viaduct was designed by Joseph Mitchell for the Highland Railway and built by George Meakin of Birkenhead between 1861 and 1863. View from the west in October 2010.
John Gray [14/10/2010]


Divie viaduct at dusk.
Matthew Tomlins [/8/2007]
All photographs of Divie Viaduct
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