This was a double track eight span girder viaduct crossing the River Avon. However, it only ever carried one track as the line was never doubled.
This was the longest viaduct in Scotland at 457 yards (1,371 ft) long . It followed a gentle curve. The maximum height was 158 ft over the Avon.
The girders were removed in 1984, unlike the nearby Broomhill Viaduct which retains its girders.
| Stonehouse East Junction|
Cander Water Viaduct
Stonehouse West Junction
Overwood Quarry Siding
Avondale Colliery No 2 Pit
Stonehouse South Junction
Canderside Exchange Sidings
Birkenshaw Brick Works
Avon Sanitary Engineering Works
Swinehill Signal Box
Canderside Colliery Nos 6 and 7
Swinhill Colliery No 3 Pit
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|