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Ribblehead Viaduct - From Road, United Kingdom
Ribblehead Viaduct - From Road, United Kingdom
Ribblehead Viaduct
📍 From Road, United Kingdom
The Ribblehead Viaduct is a stunning feat of 19th-century engineering located in North Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Completed in 1874, the viaduct spans over 400 meters, with 24 arches each up to 30 meters high, making it one of the largest and most impressive works of Victorian architecture in the country. It was built to enable the Settle-Carlisle Railway line to pass safely over the valley of the River Ribble. It is a perfect example of Victorian engineering and British industrial heritage at its finest, making it a must-see for visitors to the region. It is open to explore, with trains passing through the 24 arches regularly, so visitors have plenty of time to take in the magnificent view. There is a car park near the railway line and visitors are able to walk up to the viaduct, as well as take in the lush scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With its scenic backdrop and impressive structure, the Ribblehead Viaduct is a memorable attraction that visitors to North Yorkshire won't want to miss.
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