Description"The Kielder Vaiduct was built to match the Kielder Castle with its false arrow slits and the "crenellations" i.e. the battlements. When built it was in open ground but since then the Kielder Forest has been planted and grown up as well as the Kielder Reservoir has been built and filled which have both impinged on the viaduct. The viaduct itself is special as it is a skewed viaduct with the lines of stones set at an angle to the arches which made building it rather difficult." Photo by Malcolm Neal, 2017.
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Added by: Peter Smith
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Picture Taken: 2017-05-04