Dunglass Viaduct

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Dunglass Viaduct (1846-)

Opened on the North British Railway.


This is a double track viaduct by John Miller over the Dunglass Burn, located north west of Cockburnspath. It is a seven arch viaduct. The central arch is 130 ft long and 120 ft over the burn. The north three and south three side arches are 30 ft long.

Roxburgh Viaduct is similar in style.


Viaduct Dunglass Burn 05/11/2019


Listing: B


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