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Dandrymire Viaduct


Dandrymire Viaduct carries the Settle and Carlisle Railway line over Dandry Mire, a short distance north-east of Garsdale Station. The coursed sandstone viaduct is about 200m long and has 12 segmental arches. It was built from 1869-1875, for the Midland Railway Company by company architect JH Sanders, chief engineer JS Crossley, resident engineer J Underwood.[1] The viaduct is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Garsdale Head Settle and Carlisle Railway Garsdale Railway Station 1875 Railway Bridge, Garsdale Head Bridges Historic Buildings and Monuments in Garsdale Civil Parish
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Dandrymire Viaduct

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Guardsman on parade

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Dandry Mire Dalesman

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Sherwood forester

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Dandrymire viaduct, from the new bridleway

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DANDRYMIRE VIADUCT - List Entry
- "Railway viaduct carrying Settle to Carlisle railway line over Dandry Mire. 1869-75, for the Midland Railway Company; company architect JH Sanders, chief engineer JS Crossley, resident engineer J Underwood. Coursed ...

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List number: 1384058
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD7932992322

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