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Belmont Viaduct


Belmont Viaduct is a railway viaduct over the River Wear, built in 1856 for the Auckland branch line of the North Eastern Railway. It is located north of the City of Durham, about ½ mile north-west of Carrville and 1½ miles east of Framwellgate Moor. The viaduct, now disused, is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. 

Framwellgate Moor Civil Parish Carrville 1856 Bridges Historic Buildings and Monuments in Framwellgate Moor North Eastern Railway River Wear
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Belmont Viaduct

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Disused Railway Viaduct over the River Wear

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Kepier Wood & Belmont Viaduct

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View of Kepier Wood and the Wear from Belmont Viaduct

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BELMONT VIADUCT - River Wear - List Entry
- "Railway viaduct. 1856 for Auckland branch of North Eastern Railway. Builder Cail of Newcastle. Speech by Cail gives'Mr. Hodgson' as the engineer for the branch. Rock-faced sandstone, some from ...

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Belmont Viaduct

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Belmont Viaduct 2006

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Belmont Viaduct

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Belmont Viaduct

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List number: 1120726
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ2976444969

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