This disused single track four arch viaduct over the River Doon is west of Alloway Tunnel (and the former Alloway station).
The central arches are 46 ft long and side arches 10ft. The viaduct is 141 ft long overall and 31 ft high.
The famous 15th century Old Bridge of Doon (Brig O' Doon), of Robert Burns' poem Tam O' Shanter fame, is to the south east.
Heads of Ayr [2nd]
Maybole Junction [Station]
Heads of Ayr [1st)
Ayr Shed [1st]
| Alloway Tunnel|
Glengall Signal Box
Ayr Cattle Market Sidings
Old Bridge of Doon
Tam O'Shanter Experience
Belmont Level Crossing
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: Scotland - The Lowlands and the Borders v. 6 (Regional railway history series)
Locomotive Apprentice: At the North British Locomotive Company
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Tales of the Glasgow and South Western Railway