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Crosby Garrett Viaduct


Crosby Garrett Viaduct was built in 1875 by J. S Crossley (Engineer) for the Midland Railway, as part of the Settle and Carlisle line. Located at the south of Crosby Garret, it carries the railway over Crosby Garret Beck. The viaduct has 6 arches and is 55 feet (17 m) high and 110 yards (100 m) long. Crosby Garrett Viaduct is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Crosby Garrett Settle and Carlisle Railway Bridges Historic Buildings and Monuments in Crosby Garrett Civil Parish 1875
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Crosby Garrett and viaduct

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Crosby Garrett viaduct

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Crosby Garrett viaduct (3)

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Crosby Garrett

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Settle-Carlisle viaduct at Crosby Garrett

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Crosby Garrett viaduct

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Crosby Garrett Viaduct at NY727 093 (Network Rail structure number SAC/197)
- "Railway Viaduct. 1875. J. S Crossley, Engineer. Rock faced grey limestone rubble with brick soffits to the arches and much later brick patching. Six arches on battered piers with imposts ...

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List number: 1326960
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY7270209286

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