Clifton Viaduct (1846-1966)
Opened on the East Lancashire Railway.
This is a disused thirteen arch double track viaduct north of Clifton Junction [Station] [Manchester] which crosses the Manchester Bolton and Bury Canal and the River Irwell.
The viaduct is disused. To the north west the former track bed is a footpath, part of the Irwell Sculpture Trail, as far as the short lived Ringley Road station at Outwood.
Clifton [Station, Manchester]
Clifton Junction [Station] [Manchester]
Besses o^ th^ Barn
Irlam o^ th^ Height
Other railway and industry locations
Clifton Junction [Junction] [Manchester]
Clifton Hall Tunnel
Kearsley Moor Goods
Heaton Park Tunnel
Brindle Heath Junction
Brindle Heath Goods
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|