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Hownsgill Viaduct

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Hownsgill Viaduct

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Hownsgill Viaduct Arches

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Hownsgill Viaduct

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Hownsgill Viaduct

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Hownsgill Viaduct

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Waskerly Way Railway Path
- PDF leaflet including maps and pictures. "The Waskerley Way is a beautiful route passing through a varied landscape; from urban fringe through to upland sheep farms and then on to ...

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Hownsgill Viaduct

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View over Hownsgill Viaduct

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The "Gill Bridge"

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Hownsgill Viaduct Arches

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Hownsgill Viaduct, Consett

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Hown's Gill Viaduct

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Waskerley Way Cycle Route over Hownsgill Viaduct

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Anti-suicide barriers on Hownsgill Viaduct

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Anti-suicide barriers on Hownsgill Viaduct

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HOWNES GILL VIADUCT - List Entry
- "Railway viaduct, now part of Waskerley Walk. 1858 by Thomas Bouch for Stockton and Darlington Railway. Yellow brick with sandstone ashlar dressings; cast iron railings. 12 semi-circular arches, 50' diameter ...

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Hownsgill Viaduct, Before and after.

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Worker saw man take his own life at Hownsgill viaduct
- The Journal, 25th June 2013. "A WORKER installing safety barriers to prevent people jumping from a viaduct watched helplessly when a man handed him two envelopes before he leapt to ...

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List number: 1185970
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ0959049013

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