Denemouth Viaduct, Castle Eden Dene


The railway viaduct at Dene Holme over Castle Eden Dene was completed in 1905.[1] It is between Blackhall Colliery and Horden, in County Durham. The viaduct has 10 arches, each spanning 60 ft. A wooden pedestrian walkway was attached on the seaward side of the bridge which was in use up to the 1950s - this walkway was the main route between Blackhall with Horden until a road linking the 2 settlements was built in 1926.[2]

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Denemouth Viaduct, Castle Eden Dene

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Viaduct

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Dene Mouth

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The railway viaduct at Castleden, Dene Mouth

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Denemouth Viaduct

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Horden
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Horden
- Overview About Horden Map Street View Horden is a village near Peterlee in County Durham, located on the coast about 12 miles south of Sunderland. Horden was a small medieval ...
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Blackhall Colliery and Village History
- Article by Dru Trenholm. "People had lived in the Blackhalls area for centuries. Neolithic Stone Age settlements were near Dene Holme, Crimdon Dene, in an area above the caves at ...

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Horden Viaduct and Beach area

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