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Little Salkeld Viaduct


This railway viaduct, located about half mile south of Little Salkeld, was built for the Midland Railway in 1875. The viaduct has 7 arches and carries the Settle and Carlisle Railway over the valley of Briggle Beck. Little Salkeld Viaduct is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Little Salkeld Briggle Beck Historic Buildings and Monuments in Langwathby Civil Parish Settle and Carlisle Railway Bridges 1875
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Viaduct over Briggle Beck

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LITTLE SALKELD VIADUCT - List Entry
- "Railway viaduct. 1875 by J.S. Crossley, engineer for the Midland Railway, as part of the Settle-Carlisle line. Rock-faced red sandstone masonry with brick soffits to the arches. 7 arches ...

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List number: 1338850
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY5663735243

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