Achanalt Viaduct

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Name and dates

Achanalt Viaduct (1870-)

Where: Highland
Opened on the Dingwall and Skye Railway.


This is a single track four span girder viaduct east of Achanalt station. It crosses the watercourse, the River Bran, between Loch Achanalt (west) and Loch a' Chuilinn. To the west the north side of Loch Achanalt. To the east the line is on the south side of Loch a' Chuilinn. The viaduct is around 230 ft long.

Achanalt station is a mile to the west.




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