This viaduct is also known as the North Esk Viaduct. It is a single arch crossing the River North Esk at a height of 60 ft. The bridge dates from 1831 and currently carries a railway, formerly the Waverley Route which closed in 1969 as a through route and re-opened as the Borders Railway in 2015.
It is not far south of Sheriffhall [2nd] and immediately north of Glenesk Junction.
During the period of line closure the trackbed was converted into a footpath.
Eskbank and Dalkeith
| Glenesk Junction|
King^s Gate Junction
Telegraph Pole Works
Sheriffhall City Bypass Overbridge
Eskbank Carpet Factory
Esk Valley Junction
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
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