Northern Viaduct Trust


"The Northern Viaduct Trust was formed in 1989 to acquire, restore and maintain disused important railway viaducts in the North of England. The Trust's first project was at Smardale Gill, near Ravenstonedale, where restoration was completed in 1992 at a cost of nearly £400,000. The Trust then spent several years planning its next project, applying for grants and negotiating purchase of the land from the British Railway Property Board. The Hartley-Stenkrith footpath project involved the acquisition of a one mile length of disused railway to the south east of Kirkby Stephen in Cumbria, including Podgill viaduct...." (Northern Viaduct Trust)

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Northern Viaduct Trust
- "The Northern Viaduct Trust was formed in 1989 to acquire, restore and maintain the spectacular Smardale Gill viaduct which, 90ft high on fourteen stone arches, crosses the dramatic valley of ...

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Northern Viaduct Trust commemorative stone

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Podgill Viaduct plaque

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Podgill Viaduct
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Podgill Viaduct
Smardale Gill Viaduct
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Smardale Gill Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Smardale Gill Viaduct is just over a mile south-west of the village of Smardale in Cumbria. The viaduct was built for the South Durham and Lancashire Union ...

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