Whalley Viaduct

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Whalley

  • Category: bridges-rail
  • Section: Bridges - Automobile Bridges - Rail
The railway viaduct which spans the River Calder was built in 1849 and has 48 arches which were narrowly missed by bombing in the Second World War. It is the longest railway viaduct in Lancashire.

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Today (5 August)
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19,2 ° C
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