Kirtlebridge Viaduct

Location type


Name and dates

Kirtlebridge Viaduct (1847-)

Opened on the Caledonian Railway.


This is a double track eight arch masonry viaduct with an overall length of 306 ft and a height of 38 ft. The viaduct crosses the Kirtle Water south east of the former Kirtlebridge station and junction.

The engineers were Joseph Locke and John Errington.


Viaduct Kirtle Water


Listing: B


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