Esk Viaduct [Cumbria] (1847-)
Opened on the Caledonian Railway.
Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.
This is a long, wide and low concrete viaduct carrying three tracks. The viaduct was replaced for the opening of the Kingmoor Marshalling Yard. It crosses the River Esk and the floodplains to both north and south. It is carried on a large number of piers.
To the north is Mossband Junction and to the south the former station at Floriston.
Also known as Floriston viaduct. There was a temporary box here in 1888.
Gretna Green [1st]
Other railway and industry locations
Esk Viaduct [Cumbria]
Admiralty Sidings Junction
Gretna MOD Junction
HM Factory Gretna Ether Section
Gretna Junction [NBR]
Gretna Border Union Junction
Longtown Exchange Sidings
Sandysike Brick Works
Peat Works (ex of ng railway)
Bush-on-Esk West Junction
Floriston Level Crossing
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