Create_a_map_small
Mymaps_small



Blank

Timber Viaduct

Category: Transportation

Used in the following map:

Ushaw Moor, Durham , UK

The Deerness Valley branch had two distinctive timber viaducts, which were among the very last of their type on any passenger-carrying line anywhere in Britain. One of the viaducts was near Ushaw Moor Colliery Junction, some 2.5 miles along the branch from the junction with the main line. Shortly before the branch passenger services were withdrawn in 1951, G5 0-4-4T No.67298 crosses the viaduct on its way to Waterhouses with what is probably the school train.



Photos

Rail4