Crimdon Dene Railway Viaduct


The viaduct over Crimdon Dene was built in 1905 to carry the North Eastern Railway. The viaduct is located close to the mouth of Crimdon Dene, by Crimdon Dene Beach, and just over half a mile north-west of the outskirts of Hartlepool. The viaduct can be seen from the A1086 Coast Road, which also crosses the Dene.

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Crimdon Dene Railway Viaduct

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Crimdon Beck

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Railway Viaduct

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Railway viaduct at Crimdon Dene

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Crimdon Viaduct from drone in Hartlepool

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