The Fife coastal village of Largo was served by the railway that ran from Thornton Junction to St Andrews. The line was a victim of the Beeching cuts, closing in stages between 1965 and 1969. The surviving four arch viaduct, seen here looking west in July 2013, is still a landmark in the village. It spans the Hatton Burn and seems to be in good condition. Both ends are fenced off, so there is no public access. The nearest arch frames Largo Harbour, with the Firth of Forth in the distance.
Location: Largo Viaduct
Company: East of Fife Railway
Photographer: John Gray
Contact photographer: John Gray
Image number: 44014