Railway viaducts

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Locations beginning D-G

Last update 22 May 2024

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Name Notes Length ELR Start mileage End mileage Spans
Daff WYS 7m 29ch 7m 34ch
Daily Express Car Park see El Vino's
Dalehouse Lane see Kenilworth Stoneleigh Road
Dalguise crosses River Tay; stone; grade A listed ≈118m HGL2 20m 46ch 20m 53ch 2
Daltangan STR2 11m 29ch 11m 32ch
Damside see Lune Square
Dandy Mire see Moorcock
Dane see Holmes Chapel
Danes Road HHH 3m 11ch 3m 25ch 33
Dare DAZ 2m 00ch
Darenth VIR 20m 68ch 20m 74ch
Dark Arches see Ewer Street
Dark Arches VIR 4m 01ch 4m 03ch
Darraton see Derriton
Dartford HDR 16m 79ch 17m 03ch
Dawdon Dene 79m LEN3 83m 31ch 83m 37ch
Dean STY 1m 37ch 1m 45ch
Dean Street built 1890 ECM7 0m 11ch 0m 40ch 15
Dean Street? LEN3 101m 49ch 101m 59ch
Deans Brook also called Stoneyfield; brick SPC1 10m 32ch 10m 36ch
Deepcar SKL unknown
Deepdale crosses Deepdale Beck; closed 1962 DNT 11
Delta ≈132y MCJ1 203m 15ch 203m 21ch 10
Den Of Cowie steel/iron ECN5 226m 77ch 227m 03ch 5
Denby Dale 299m PEH 9m 35ch 9m 49ch 21
Dene see Chester Moor
Denham also called Grand Union Canal 194y NAJ2 3m 76ch 4m 05ch 9
Dent Head brick; grade II listed 199y SAC 251m 12ch 251m 22ch 10
Deodar PBE 7m 30ch 7m 37ch 10
Derriton also called Darraton MJB 217m 74ch
Derrycombe 104y MLN3 270m 75ch 271m 00ch 4
Derwent also called Halfpenny Billies or Workington 136y CBC2 7m 12ch 7m 18ch
Derwent Bridge brick SPC8 128m 03ch 128m 06ch ≥6
Deveron [1] also called Rothiemay; closed 1900, demolished 1970s; stone ANI1 45m 05ch 5
Deveron [2] also called Rothiemay; built 1900; steel/stone ANI1 45m 01ch 45m 11ch 5?
Devonshire Street Goods Yard iron LTN1 2m 00ch
Dewsbury built 1848 177m MDL1 33m 74ch 34m 02ch
Digswell see Welwyn
Dinsdale? DSN1 3m 03ch 3m 05ch
Dinting Vale crosses A57 road and Glossop Brook HAJ 11m 42ch 11m 62ch 12?
District Line RDG1 3m 57ch 3
Ditton 730m WJL1 181m 34ch 181m 69ch 49
Dochart KLB 3
Docker Garth's built 1846; brick ≈125m CGJ7 23m 78ch 24m 04ch 6
Dockley Road LBC 0m 69ch 1m 01ch 30
Dockley Road LBW 0m 69ch 1m 01ch 9
Dockley Road XTD 2m 60ch 2m 64ch 9
Doe Lea also called Bolsover or Carr Vale ≈120y CLN1 8
Dolemeads 255y MLN1 106m 49ch 106m 61ch 37
Don see River Don
Doon STR1 46m 05ch 46m 09ch
Dorking Road NKL 4m 34ch 4m 45ch 23
Doughty's 62y SBA2 50m 12ch
Douglas Water DMB 7m 00ch
Dover actual name not known; constructed 2016 below ground level as insurance against sea erosion; Network Rail also quotes 238m length 235m XTD 75m 78ch? 76m 10ch? 139
Dovey Junction also called Glandovey; crosses River Dovey 152y DJP 79m 12ch 79m 20ch 20
Dowles Bridge crosses River Severn TBY 3
Down Cambridge Flyover built 2013 DCF 32m 64ch 33m 26ch 29
Down High Level down line only; rebuilt 1979; crosses LEC1; steel BOK3 5m 36ch 5m 47ch
Down Hump crosses WCM1 at 2m 50ch; concrete KMG1 4m 06ch
Down Side Siding now removed; brick SPC5 109m 00ch
Dowery Dell opened 1883; demolished 1964 220y HND1
Draw Wood 179y MLN3 270m 40ch 270m 48ch 27
Drayton Bassett under construction for HS2; main line ≈155m ≈173.086km ≈173.241km
Dreel Burn EFL 18m 45ch 18m 49ch 2
Drigg 61y CBC1 59m 50ch 59m 53ch 4
Drope 178y CTD 4m 70ch 4m 79ch
Drummau Road see Skewen
Drury Dam built ≈1875; stone and brick with cast iron span; crosses River Maun; grade II-listed ≈146m MFD2 140m 09ch 11
Dry Beck brick 139y SAC 299m 06ch 299m 12ch 7
Dryfe Water stone WCM1 27m 28ch 27m 32ch
Drygrange see Leaderfoot
Duddeston Junction under construction for HS2; Birmingham spur ≈368m ≈173.440km ≈173.808km
Duddon see Foxfield
Dukes Drive 163y BUX 1m 04ch 1m 12ch 13
Duke Street Hill XTD 1m 59ch 6
Dukinfield East 109y SAJ 0m 68ch 0m 73ch
Dukinfield West 113y SAJ 0m 60ch 0m 65ch
Dulais see Aberdulais
Dulnain steel HGL2 90m 15ch 90m 18ch
Dundurn Wood crosses Allt Athailteach BQB 18m 36ch
Dunfermline see Woodmill Street
Dunglass built 1840, rebuilt 1932, further rebuilt 1992; grade A listed ECM8 36m 02ch 36m 08ch 7
Dunkerton 77y CMZ 5m 66ch 5m 70ch
Dunninald steel ECN4 26m 70ch 26m 72ch 4
Durham built 1854; grade II* listed ECM5 65m 74ch 66m 06ch 12
Durham Warping Drain TJG2 11m 43ch
Durnsford Road Intersection BML1 6m 28ch 6m 49ch
Dutch River Bridge TJG2 7m 54ch 7m 69ch
Dutton built 1836; stone; crosses River Weaver and Weaver Navigation; grade II* listed ≈500y CGJ1 173m 76ch 174m 17ch 20
Dykes crosses Black Burn ACL 54m 43ch 54m 38ch
Dysynni River Bridge 114y DJP 90m 38ch 90m 43ch
Eamont brick CGJ7 50m 07ch 50m 12ch 5
Earl Cowpers brick arches; crosses River Nene ≈96y HNR 65m 14ch 65m 19ch 15
Earl Cowpers crosses River Nene ≈156y HNR 65m 48ch 65m 55ch
Earn iron CDC2 45m 78ch 3
Earn built 1886; OR SCM4 147m 55ch 147m 65ch 16
Easby MBW1 9m 41ch
East Brixton ATL 5m 02ch 5m 11ch 19
(Cardiff) East Junction 177y CEJ 0m 10ch 0m 19ch 5
East Largin also called Largin; grade II listed 177y MLN3 269m 69ch 269m 77ch 9
East Lune crosses River Lune; brick ≈242m SJC 7m 49ch 7m 60ch 15
East To South Dock 927y VON 48m 28ch 48m 70ch
Eastville opened 1874; demolished 1968 134y KIG 128m 17ch 128m 24ch 13
Ebbsfleet up line only 113m TRL5 37.108km 37.221km
Eden goods lines; concrete WCM1 1m 20ch 1m 26ch
Eden main lines; concrete WCM1 1m 21ch 1m 26ch
Eden Lacy see Long Meg
Edgcote under construction for HS2; main line ≈597m ≈108.151km ≈108.748km
Edward Place NKL 4m 57ch 4m 60ch 7
Edwin Road TSJ 11m 68ch
Eglington Trading Estate Arches HST 1m 26ch
Eglinton Street Arches HST 1m 30ch
Ehen 40y CBC1 64m 35ch 64m 37ch
Eign originally GCT 143m 18ch-143m 22ch 92y SHL 51m 79ch 52m 03ch
Electric Avenue ATL 5m 28ch 5m 36ch 7
Elephant And Castle HHH 1m 41ch 1m 52ch 31
Elford MOR 0m 57ch
Ellis Street also called Victor Street HJS 5m 21ch
Elsick crosses Burn of Elsick; steel ECN5 231m 03ch 231m 10ch 5
Elton Wheelock CMP1 161m 05ch
Elvan Water WCM1 42m 78ch
El Vino's also called Daily Express Car Park HHH 0m 50ch
Elwells Brook ≈11y? PBJ 8m 65ch 8m 65ch
Ely River 66y BRY 1m 46ch 1m 49ch 3
Ember River Bridge And Flood Arches HAM 14m 69ch
Endrick Water 107y FAC 22m 61ch 22m 65ch 4
Engine built 1902 VTB1 1m 08ch
Engine House XTD 3m 72ch 9
English Damside brick WCM1 0m 14ch
Enid Street LBC 0m 53ch 0m 67ch 37
Enid Street LBW 0m 53ch 0m 67ch 37
Enid Street XTD 2m 55ch 2m 60ch 13
Enterkin Burn GSW 71m 73ch 71m 77ch
Enterkine built 1872 KCH1 45m 02ch 45m 16ch
Erick also called Ewich; crosses Allt Ant-Saoir; stone OBN2 31m 70ch 31m 71ch
Esholt GUE2 0m 70ch 0m 75ch
Esk crosses River Esk; steel WCM1 6m 47ch 6m 58ch
Eskmeals built 1868 314y CBC1 56m 43ch 56m 58ch 18
Etta Street NKL 4m 26ch 4m 34ch 14
Ewer Street also called Dark Arches BMJ 0m 71ch 0m 73ch
Ewer Street Depot BMJ 1m 00ch 24
Ewich see Erick
Exmouth 359y TJE 174m 72ch 175m 08ch
Eynsford crosses River Darenth; brick; grade II listed SBJ 19m 73ch 19m 79ch
Failford built 1870; crosses Water of Fail; grade C listed ANN 47m 15ch 47m 21ch 9
Fal grade II listed 177y MLN3 291m 59ch 291m 67ch 7
Falling Sands BYK 7
Falls Of Cruachan concrete OBN2 52m 72ch 52m 73ch
Farmers may be named Farrers; iron SKW1 244m 00ch 244m 03ch
Farnley also called Holbeck; various parts brick, steel DOL4 41m 68ch 42m 43ch 93
Farrer House NKL 5m 11ch 5m 15ch 10
Farrers see Farmers
Fatherford 83y DAC 196m 43ch 196m 47ch 1
Fauldhouse EGS2 12m 25ch 12m 30ch
Faulkners CDM2 34m 30ch
Felin Fran? crosses SVL SDI2 1m 64ch
Fenchurch Street To Bow Triangle Arches part built 1840, part built 1893 FSS1 0m 00ch 2m 71ch
Fenny Bridges crosses River Otter 79y BAE2 157m 75ch 157m 79ch
Ferndale Road VIR 3m 00ch 3m 05ch 8
Festival Hall XTD 0m 27ch 12
Fetteresso built 1885; steel ECN5 224m 28ch 224m 33ch 10
Ffinch Street NKL 4m 66ch 4m 76ch 48
Fiddich 44y DFN 63m 34ch 63m 39ch 2
Fillan built 1894; steel/timber WHL 36m 45ch 36m 48ch
Filleigh see Castle Hill
Findhorn built 1858; iron 208y ANI3 119m 73ch 120m 01ch 3
Findhorn crosses River Findhorn; steel/brick; additional two arches on each approach; built 1897; grade B listed 445y HGL2 98m 04ch 98m 24ch 9
Finham Brook originally much longer, all but 4 spans filled in; also called Millburn ≈79y LSC2 4m 27ch 4m 30ch 4
Finham Brook under construction for HS2; main line ≈51m ≈141.338km ≈141.389km
Finnart built 1894; crosses Allt Darlach; concrete/steel WHL 11m 36ch 11m 40ch
Firth see Woodhouselee
Five Arches see Wardsend
Fladbury Flood Openings steel trough floor ≈44y OWW 109m 46ch 109m 49ch 11
Flaxman Road LTC 3m 46ch 3m 52ch 11
Fleet rebuilt on adjacent site 120y WTE 171m 06ch
Float steel WCM1 72m 47ch 72m 51ch
Flood KSL 125m 76ch 126m 00ch
Flood Arches 50y DAC 177m 20ch 177m 22ch
Flood Arches brick GSM4 106m 07ch
Flood Arches built 1869 SSJ1 120m 55ch 120m 60ch
Flood Arches SSJ1 124m 47ch 124m 49ch
Flood Arches SSJ1 124m 62ch 124m 66ch
Flood Arches SWM2 115m 36ch 115m 36ch
Flood Opening wrought iron SUD 55m 52ch
Flood Openings NGL 19m 10ch
Flood Openings NOB1 15m 43ch 15m 46ch
Flood Openings NOB1 15m 53ch 15m 55ch
Flood Openings LJT1 12m 64ch 12m 67ch
Flood Openings concrete SPC5 112m 58ch 112m 60ch
Flood Span WCK 9m 55ch
Flood Spans steel GSM3 105m 09ch 105m 11ch
Flyover BFO 0m 36ch ≈0m 70ch
Flyover DHF 0m 68ch 1m 00ch
Flyover Intersection crosses FSS1; concrete TAH3 13m 18ch 13m 31ch
Foal Mead see Langport
Folds Road also called Turner Lane AST 0m 00ch
Folkestone also called Foord; built 1843; grade II listed XTD 70m 27ch 70m 39ch 19
Folkestone Gardens XTD 4m 15ch 32
Foord see Folkestone
Forcett demolished 1981; also called Tees; stone FCT ≥5
Forder built 1908 (replaced 1855 structure); grade II listed 234y MLN2 252m 60ch 252m 71ch 9
Forder built 1855, replaced 1908 SGZ 252m 60ch
Foreign Street HHH 3m 25ch 3m 28ch 19
Former North Circular Road ≈75y LEC1 6m 77ch 7m 00ch
Fort Augustus also called River Oich SPF 4
Forteviot also called River May SCM4 144m 50ch
Forth 3 steel spans and 2 stone arches; crosses River Forth 152y SAA 0m 58ch 0m 66ch 5
Forth 3 steel spans and 2 stone arches; crosses River Forth 145y SCM3 118m 61ch 118m 68ch 5
Forth Banks split East (22 spans) and West (10 spans) NEN1 0m 22ch 0m 25ch 32
Forth Banks Yard also called King Edward Bridge Northern approach; 9 metal and 4 arched spans ECM5 79m 70ch 80m 04ch 13
Forth Bridge crosses Firth of Forth; built 1890; length is total including approaches; grade A listed 1m 938y ECN2 9m 47ch 11m 13ch
Forthburn stone; crosses Forthburn Beck 83y BIC 9
Foulridge crosses Liverpool Canal TJC3 230m 16ch
Four Arch brick and masonry CHW2 17m 47ch 4
Fowey also called Fowey Road or Lostwithiel 61m MLN3 277m 51ch 277m 53ch 5
Fowey Road see Fowey
Foxfield also called Duddon; rebuilt 1946 111y CBC1 41m 06ch 41m 11ch 5
Frampton semicircular brick arches 130y SWM1 96m 54ch 96m 60ch 9
Frampton ≈25y WEY 157m 46ch 157m 47ch
Fremington Pill NDN 214m 07ch
Freshford segmental brick arch, stone substructure 114y BFB 5m 08ch 5m 12ch 6
Friar Street HHH 1m 02ch 1m 08ch 10
Friezland brick 187y MIK 12
Frodingham DOW 20m 62ch 21m 28ch 84
Frodsham also called Weaver CHW1 10m 48ch 10m 65ch
Frome Road CMZ 2m 16ch
Fulfen Wood under construction for HS2; main line ≈100m ≈183.860km ≈183.960km
Fylde Road brick; crosses Lancaster canal CGJ6 0m 62ch 0m 66ch
Gaberston SAA 7m 10ch
Gallowgate And London Road Arches HST 0m 38ch 0m 44ch
Gambia Street HHH 0m 66ch 0m 70ch 5
Gamlyn DAZ 0m 24ch
Gamma also called Kilburn 127y MCJ1 203m 08ch 203m 14ch
Garbh Ghaoir see Gaur
Garbh Uisge CLB 1m 06ch 1m 09ch
Garden Street see Kilmarnock Water
Garelochead crosses McAuly Burn; steel/timber WHL 9m 52ch 9m 55ch 3
Gargrave crosses River Aire; brick SKW1 225m 60ch 225m 63ch
Garnant River rails never laid GGZ 0m 05ch
Garndiffaith 187y BWB 7m 69ch 7m 78ch
Garngaber also called Lenzie; built 1842; stone EGM1 6m 68ch 6m 71ch
Garroch grade B listed MAX 2m 65ch 8
Garry separate stone and steel structures side by side HGL2 39m 40ch 39m 46ch
Garsdale see Moorcock
Gas Factory Junction To Bow Arches built 1858 GFB 2m 57ch 3m 07ch
Gas House 41y FNS2 0m 67ch
Gas Lane arches through Bristol Temple Meads station MLN1 118m 12ch 118m 34ch
Gatehamton built for two track railway; widened either side later 99y MLN1 44m 00ch 44m 05ch 4
Gatehead also called Irvine; built 1847 BAK 3m 16ch 3m 20ch
Gateside GBK 7m 61ch 7m 74ch
Gathurst WBS3 20m 67ch 20m 71ch
Gaur also called Garbh Ghaoir; built 1894; steel WHL 63m 48ch 63m 52ch
Gauxholme No 1 MVN2 18m 24ch 18m 37ch
Gauxholme No 2 MVN2 18m 45ch
Geddington see Harpers Brook
Gedling Street see Perseverance [LBC]
Gedling Street see Perseverance [LBW]
Gelly see Manod
Gelt NEC2 51m 25ch 51m 29ch
Gemini XTD 3m 71ch 34
George Lane VIR 33m 17ch 33m 23ch 10
Gill Water GSW 74m 54ch 74m 57ch
Gillingham BAE2 106m 28ch 106m 30ch
Gilmour Street Arches GOU1 6m 47ch
Giltbrook opened 1875; demolished 1973 572y DEX 43
Girvan STR2 0m 08ch 0m 10ch
Glais MSV 6m 12ch
Glaisnock crosses Horsecleugh Burn; opened 1872 ACL 57m 07ch 57m 15ch 13
Glamorganshire Canal also called Melingriffith Road or Tymawr CAM 4m 42ch
Glandovey see Dovey Junction
Glandulas see Black Bridge
Glanhafren 31y SBA2 35m 60ch
Glanrhyd also called River Towy VOT 22m 36ch
Glanrhydyrech MLT 77m 42ch
Glantowy also called River Towy 102y VOT 24m 45ch 24m 50ch 5
Glasgow Central Arches WCM2 102m 00ch 102m 24ch
Glasshill Street HHH 0m 78ch 1m 02ch 6
Glasshouse Walk BML1 1m 08ch 1m 13ch 11
Glasshouse Walk RDG1 1m 08ch 1m 13ch 11
Glazebrook 163y MLN1 230m 65ch 230m 72ch 7
Glazert GBK 16m 13ch 16m 17ch
Glean crosses Allt Choillean; steel WHL 45m 02ch 45m 03ch 5?
Gleann Mama see Glenmama
Glen SUB2 6m 40ch
Glencorse crosses Glencorse Burn; brick; grade B listed (unclear if listing for this site or another) LGC 13m 48ch 13m 54ch 15 (10?)
Glendon crosses River Ise; brick GSM1 75m 22ch 75m 26ch
Glen Doune STR2 1m 30ch 1m 31ch
Glenesk grade A listed SBO 1
Glen Falloch built 1894; crosses Dubh Eas; steel/timber WHL 30m 50ch 30m 57ch 5
Glenfarg crosses River Farg and A90 road EGP 39m 62ch 39m 68ch
Glenfinnan built 1901; concrete; grade A listed 416y MLG2 13m 65ch 14m 05ch 21
Glengarnock AYR3 22m 07ch
Glenluce crosses Water of Luce CJD 64m 08ch
Glen Lusset crosses Dalnottar Burn; concrete NEM5 11m 05ch 11m 07ch
Glenmama also called Glean Mama or Lochnan Uamh; built 1901; concrete; grade B listed ≈133y MLG2 26m 67ch 26m 72ch 8
Glenmuir crosses Glenmuir Water ACL 59m 16ch 59m 22ch
Glen Ogle grade B listed OBA 12
Glen Ogle grade C listed 3
Glenury crosses Cowie Water; iron ECN5 225m 32ch 225m 47ch 14
Glen Water DAS1 43m 30ch 43m 32ch
Glespin crosses stream DMB 14m 23ch
Glossop Road HAJ 10m 76ch
Gloucester 345y SWM2 114m 21ch 114m 36ch
Gloucester Road BSW 6m 44ch 6m 46ch 6
Glynde Reach STS 52m 20ch
Goding Street BML1 1m 23ch 1m 27ch 9
Goding Street RDG1 1m 23ch 1m 27ch 9
Godington East under construction for HS2; main line ≈80m ≈84.020km ≈84.100km
Godington West under construction for HS2; main line ≈101m ≈84.332km ≈84.433km
Godley Arches HAJ 7m 77ch
Golcar 55m MVL3 22m 52ch 22m 54ch
Golden Manor see Hanwell
Goldilea built 1859; grade A listed CJD 18
Goods Shed see Old Loco Sidings
Goods Yard Arches SJL2 1m 78ch
Goole Swing Bridge TJG2 5m 02ch 5m 15ch
Goonbell 140y TNG 3m 78ch 4m 04ch
Gordon Road 47y NAJ2 15m 72ch 15m 74ch
Gors-Y-Garnant crosses CRZ GWA 15m 29ch
Gover grade II listed 202y MLN3 287m 38ch 287m 47ch 8
Goyt Cliff TTA1 175m 42ch 175m 48ch 5
Granby BML1 0m 73ch 0m 77ch 8
Granby RDG1 0m 73ch 0m 77ch 8
Grand Junction Canal 91y BDN 0m 10ch 0m 14ch
Grand Junction Canal also crosses BPH ≈98y HNR 65m 08ch 65m 11ch
Grand Union Canal see Denham
Grange Alders up line only; crosses XTD 526m TRL3 106.914km 107.440km
Great Catch Water Drain built 1882; iron BGK 73m 61ch
Great Great Eastern Road GLL 1m 67ch 2m 00ch
Great Howard Street 2076m HXS2 ≈36m 05ch 32
Great Ouse ECM1 58m 14ch 58m 18ch
Great Ouse also called River Great Ouse; fast lines; steel SPC1 49m 33ch 49m 38ch 5
Great Ouse also called River Great Ouse; slow lines; steel SPC1 49m 34ch 49m 38ch 5?
Great Ouse Offord North see Huntingdon North
Great Suffolk Street BMJ 0m 63ch 7
Great Suffolk Street HHH 0m 70ch 0m 78ch 12
Greatham LEN3 66m 41ch 66m 43ch
Greenfield also called Chew Brook; crosses Chew Brook; brick 242y MIK 16
Greengate Bridge CBC1 28m 37ch 9
Greenhill also called Tenby; built 1865; stone; grade II listed 136y PEM 274m 39ch 274m 46ch 7
Greenhurst SCU1 42m 64ch 42m 69ch
Green Road 62y CBC1 42m 29ch 42m 32ch
Greens crosses River Wenning; iron SKW1 245m 16ch
Greenway TOR 226m 40ch
Gresham CAT 3m 30ch 3m 33ch 4
Gretton brick GSM1 83m 05ch 83m 08ch 4
Griseburn brick SAC 271m 53ch 271m 59ch 7
Groes stone CNH3 219m 00ch 4
Groeserw RSB 5m 32ch
Grosvenor Park HHH 2m 33ch 2m 38ch 10
Grosvenor Place HHH 2m 38ch 2m 42ch 9
Grove built 1855 SGZ 255m 13ch
Grovesend see Loughor
Guard Bridge crosses river Eden EFL 37m 61ch 37m 66ch
Guernsey Grove HHT 4m 19ch 4m 33ch 28
Guildford see Guilford
Guildford see London Road
Guildford Road AAV 32m 26ch 32m 28ch
Guilford also called Guildford 123y MLN4 318m 25ch 318m 31ch 6
Guinness BML1 1m 13ch 1m 18ch 11
Guinness RDG1 1m 13ch 1m 18ch 11
Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen 97y GWA 16m 07ch 16m 11ch 5
Gwenalt crosses CMN TAL 10m 54ch
Gynghordy 285y CWL2 53m 60ch 53m 73ch