Prestbury tunnel

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Prestbury

  • Category: tunnels
  • Section: Tunnels
The Prestbury Tunnel was constructed in 1845 by George W. Buck for the Manchester and Birmingham Railway. The south entrance arch is made from ashlar buff sandstone, and is Grade II listed. The arch stands proud of the rubble supporting walls, and is decorated with a modillion cornice. The north entrance arch is in brick and of a simpler design. The keystone of the northern arch has the 1845 date, and the company's initials

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Today (17 October)
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14,1 ° C
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