Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.Where: Moray, Scotland
This is a wrought iron single track box girder viaduct over the River Findhorn a little west of Forres station. Trains pass through the box girders. The viaduct is 609 ft long overall with three girder sections, two piers being on the riverbed. The engineer was Joseph Mitchell.
While under construction the railway to the west opened, with a short lived terminus Dalvey [1st] west of the river serving Forres.
The original Boat o' Brig Viaduct was similar.
Dallas Dhu Halt
| Forres West Junction|
Forres South Junction
Forres East Junction
Dallas Dhu Siding
Dallas Dhu Distillery
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
Forres and Area Past and Present
Landranger (27) Nairn & Forres, River Findhorn (OS Landranger Map)
OS Explorer Map (423) Elgin, Forres and Lossiemouth (OS Explorer Active Map)
Time Does Transfix: Recollections of a Forres Railwayman