Croxdale Viaduct


Croxdale Viaduct, over the River Wear near Croxdale and Sunderland Bridge, was built by the North Eastern Railway in 1872. Today the viaduct is still in use for the East Coast Main Line.
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Croxdale Viaduct

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Croxdale Viaduct

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Croxdale Viaduct over the River Wear

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Croxdale Railway Viaduct and River Wear

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Croxdale Viaduct over the Weardale Way

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River Wear
- Overview Geology Course Tributaries Industrial History The Wear is a major river in County Durham. It rises in the East Penines at Wearhead at the confluence of Burnhope Burn and ...
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Sunderland Bridge, County Durham
- Overview About Sunderland Bridge Map Street View Sunderland Bridge is both a bridge and a village in County Durham. The old bridge spans the River Wear about 5km south of Durham ...
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Croxdale
- Overview About Croxdale Map Street View Croxdale is a village in County Durham, located near the River Wear, about 4 miles south of Durham and 2 miles north of Spennymoor. The ...
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North Eastern Railway
- Overview History of NER The North Eastern Railway company was incorporated in 1854. In 1923. it was absorbed into the London and North Eastern Railway, which in turn was nationalised ...
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River Wear

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Croxdale Durham by drone

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