lambley viaduct

lambley viaduct

The Lambley viaduct crosses the River South Tyne in Northumberland as a series of elegant stone arches. It is a Grade II listed viaduct and was built in 1852 to carry the Newcastle & Carlisle Railway between the Haltwhistle and Alston branches.

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