Edlingham Railway Viaduct


This railway viaduct is located under half a mile north-east of Edlingham in Northumberland, and close to Edlingham Castle. It was built in c.1885 for the North Eastern Railway Company, as part of the former Alnwick to Coldstream (Cornhill) railway, which opened in 1887.[1] Passenger services on the line were discontinued in 1930, although it was briefly in use during the Second World War, to serve RAF Milfield.[2] The line continued to be used for freight, until finally closing in 1965. The track across the viaduct has been removed. Edlingham Railway Viaduct is Grade II listed.

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Edlingham Viaduct

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Edlingham viaduct

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Viaduct over Edlingham Burn

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Edlingham

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Railway viaduct north-east of Edlingham Castle

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Old viaduct at Edlingham

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Edlingham railway viaduct

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DISUSED RAILWAY VIADUCT 200 METRES NORTH EAST OF EDLINGHAM CASTLE - List Entry
- "Railway viaduct, c.1885. Snecked stone except for lower part of pier between sections, which is heavy roughly-squared stone; rock-faced dressings and parapet, rock-faced-and-margined voussoirs; soffits of arches brick. South ...

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1920 Edlingham. What about it? N.E.R.

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Edlingham Castle
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Edlingham Castle
- Overview About Edlingham Castle Map Street View The ruins of Edlingham Castle are located to the north-east of the village of Edlingham, about 6 miles north-east of Rothbury. The 'castle' was ...
North Eastern Railway
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North Eastern Railway
- Overview History of NER The North Eastern Railway company (NER) was incorporated in 1854. In 1923. it was absorbed into the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER), which in turn was ...
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To Harpenden

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Edlingham Castle

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Edlingham Castle

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Alnwick to Cornhill Railway
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Alnwick to Cornhill Railway
- Overview About the Cornhill Branch The Alnwick to Coldstream (Cornhill) railway, was opened in 1887 by the North Eastern Railway to link it's Kelso line to its Alnwick Branch. Stations: Signal ...
Former Edlingham Railway Station
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Former Edlingham Railway Station
- Overview About Edlingham Station Map The station at Edlingham (just east of Edlingham Castle) was built for the Alnwick to Coldstream (Cornhill) Railway, which opened by N.E.R. in 1887. The ...

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