Railway viaducts

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Locations beginning L-P

Last update 15 January 2024

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Name Notes Length ELR Start mileage End mileage Spans
Lady Bay brick/iron GSM4 122m 53ch 122m 62ch 5
Ladybridge also called Lady Brook or Seven Arches; brick; built 1842; grade II listed CMP1 181m 04ch 181m 08ch 7
Lady Brook see Ladybridge
Ladyburn Street GOU2 122m 22ch
Lady Octavia WYS 1m 03ch
Laggansarroch STR2 7m 23ch 7m 26ch
Laira also reported as 213y long 222y TUR 0m 57ch 0m 67ch 6
Lairds stone ECN4 25m 25ch
Lake built 1873 145y DAC 202m 53ch 202m 59ch 9
Lakenham see River Yare
Lambley stone; built 1852; grade II* listed ALN2 13
Lamington also called Clyde; concrete and masonry 101m WCM1 62m 64ch 62m 70ch 4
Lancey Brook steel and stone; one source suggests 8 spans 47y BEZ 6m 65ch 5
Landmann Way XTD 3m 76ch 7
Landore 389y SWM2 214m 39ch 214m 57ch 22
Landore Low Level 360y MOR 0m 10ch 0m 26ch
Landport steel; built 1876 WPH2 44m 43ch 17
Langbank Street To Clyde Place Arches WCM2 101m 51ch 101m 76ch
Langley Brook under construction for HS2; main line ≈93m ≈171.283km ≈171.376km
Langley Moor crosses River Deerness 120m ECM5 64m 33ch 64m 39ch 6
Langmuir see Bargeddie
Langport also called Foal Mead 211y CCL 130m 15ch 130m 24ch 10
Langstone Bridge timber 367y HHI ≈1m 41ch ≈1m 57ch 29?
Langworth also called Barlings Eau NOB3 34m 28ch
Larbert crosses River Carron; stone and brick 220y SCM3 109m 60ch 109m 71ch 14
Large River NDN 221m 45ch
Largin see East Largin
Larich Mor concrete MLG2 31m 26ch 31m 28ch 3
Larpool built 1884; crosses MBW3; brick; grade II listed 305y SCW ≈20m 11ch ≈20m 29ch 13
Lashbrook cross girders long timbers 93y HEN 33m 46ch 33m 50ch 6
Latchmere see Cabul Road
Lavington segmental brick arches 120y SWY 86m 48ch 86m 53ch 8
Lawden Road ≈177y DCL 127m 72ch 128m 14ch 19
Lawley Middleway planned for HS2
Lawley Street crosses RBS1 ≈596y PBJ 0m 01ch 0m 27ch 28
Lawley Street ≈203y RBS1 111m 70ch 111m 79ch 10
Leaderfoot also called Drygrange; crosses River Tweed; built 1863; brick/stone; category A listed 272y RWR 19
Leadhills crosses Elvan Water LDS 1m 24ch 1m 28ch 2
Leamington Spa ≈550y DCL 105m 53ch 105m 78ch
Leamington Spa RTS 13m 63ch 13
Leamington Spa RTS 13m 70ch 6
Leamington Spa RTS 13m 75ch 8
Leamington Spa RTS 14m 00ch 4
Lea Valley Water Works also called A J Wheele Bridge; built 1893, rebuilt 2013; concrete TAH2 6m 56ch 6m 62ch 12
Ledbury semicircular brick arches; built 1861 372y WAH 136m 39ch 136m 56ch 31
Ledcharrie crosses Ledcharrie Burn CLB 21m 40ch 21m 43ch
Leeds East built 1868; various parts brick, concrete, steel HUL4 20m 37ch 20m 50ch 57
Leftwich see Northwich
Lendal Terrace brick VIR 2m 32ch 2m 37ch 10
Lenzie see Garngaber
Lenziemill SCM3 100m 11ch 100m 13ch
Leonard's Mill 62y FNS2 1m 25ch
Leri River timber 49y SBA2 85m 30ch 85m 32ch 7
Leven stone NEM7 16m 25ch 16m 31ch
Leven also called Plumpton; built 1857, rebuilt 2008; also quoted as 800y long 534y CBC1 16m 56ch 17m 00ch 49
Leven Water GBK 5m 70ch 5m 73ch
Lewisham LCH 6m 07ch 6m 09ch 4
Lewisham High Street BEX 6m 05ch 6m 11ch
Lexden also called Seven Arches, Stanway or Colne; crosses River Colne; built 1843; brick 121m LTN1 49m 63ch 49m 69ch 7
Lig Burn see Ligg
Ligg also called Lig Burn STR2 10m 42ch 10m 45ch
Lilly Lane 135m MRB 32m 11ch 32m 18ch
Limber Hill see River Esk
Limefield EGS2 19m 14ch
Limehouse ≈1,359y FSB 1m 79ch ≈2m 61ch
Linford Street VIR 1m 41ch 31
Linhouse built 1848; stone; grade A listed ECA2 88m 38ch 88m 48ch 6
Lipwood built 1866 replacing wooden 1838 structure; iron NEC2 30m 19ch 30m 23ch 4?
Liskeard 232y MLN3 264m 49ch 264m 60ch 12
Little built 1961 BJW3 22m 53ch 22m 54ch
Little brick SAC 239m 67ch 239m 69ch 3
Littleborough built 1839; grade II listed MVN2 13m 69ch 13m 73ch 6
Little Bytham ECM1 92m 59ch 92m 63ch 7
Little Haywood see Shugborough
Little Petherick NCL 258m 61ch 3
Little Salkeld brick SAC 289m 35ch 289m 41ch 7
Little Water Of Fleet opened 1861, demolished 1987 120y CJD 9
Littlewood PSE 143m 43ch 143m 47ch
Liverpool Exchange ≈1335y HXS2 35m 14ch 35m 62 69
Liverpool Street Arches demolished LTN1 0m 54ch 0m 62ch 10
Liverpool Street Arches brick/iron LTN1 0m 34ch 1m 59ch
Llanbradach see Pwll-Y-Pant
Llandaff Loop 110y LDA 4m 60ch 4m 65ch
Llandegai opened 1848; crosses Afon Ogwen; brick CNH3 237m 03ch 237m 14ch 14
Llandulas concrete 88y CNH3 215m 72ch 215m 76ch 7
Llanerchymor steel CNH3 197m 26ch 197m 29ch
Llangadog crosses River Sawdde VOT 23m 33ch
Llanthony No 1 68y GLD 0m 36ch 0m 38ch
Llanthony No 2 37y GLD 0m 52ch 0m 54ch
Llanthony No 3 99y GLD 0m 70ch 0m 74ch
Lledr also called Cethin's Bridge or Pont Gethin; built 1879; grade II* listed 326m LJT1 17m 35ch 17m 51ch 7
Llugwy LJT1 14m 49ch 14m 54ch 4
Llwyn Jack see Llwynjack
Llwynjack also called Afon Tywi or Llwyn Jack; crosses River Towy 108y VOT 28m 31ch 28m 36ch
LMS Goods Depot ≈48y MLN1 118m 17ch 118m 19ch 16
Lobb Mill built 1840 MVN2 20m 29ch 20m 35ch 5
Loch Awe Side (1) brick OBN2 53m 13ch 53m 13ch
Loch Awe Side (2) brick OBN2 53m 20ch 53m 21ch
Lochnan Uamh see Glenmama
Lochy steel ≈107y MLG1 0m 55ch 0m 60ch 4
Lockwood stone; built 1850; grade II listed 476y PEH 1m 44ch 1m 66ch 39
Loder Street BTH1 2m 33ch 2m 38ch 9
Lombard Road also called South Approach; brick WLL 1m 17ch 1m 20ch 4
London Road built 1845; brick; grade II* listed 357m BTL 0m 24ch 0m 44ch 27
London Road HST 0m 41ch
London Road also called Guildford; crosses River Wey NGL 29m 23ch 29m 26ch
London Road includes tenanted arches; brick/steel TJC1 157m 15ch
Long Bridge crosses River Stort; built 1903, rebuilt 1955; concrete BGK 19m 16ch
Longford built 1839 AYR4 27m 07ch 27m 11ch 4
Longhole under construction for HS2; main line ≈135m ≈129.548km ≈129.683km
Long Marton built 1874; brick SAC 279m 67ch 279m 72ch 5
Long Meg also called Eden Lacy; built 1875; stone 137y SAC 291m 06ch 291m 12ch 7
Longmore Avenue built 1850 ECM1 8m 61ch 8m 63ch 5
Long River ILF 211m 62ch 15?
Longton 15 brick arches and 1 steel girder NSS 1m 75ch 2m 05ch 16
Longwood replaced by embankment on new alignment 1923 ≈200y TOR 227m 26ch
Longwood see Milne
Lostwithiel see Fowey
Loth WCK 95m 40ch
Lothianbridge see Newbattle
Loudounhill crosses River Irvine and A71 road DAS1 45m 40ch 45m 49ch 13
Loughborough Junction HHH 3m 28ch 3m 47ch 33
Loughor timber trestles and steel superstructure; grade II listed 235y SWM2 221m 58ch 221m 69ch 18
Loughor also called Grovesend or Morlais 240y SDI2 9m 73ch 10m 04ch 11
Low Ellers BKS 15m 77ch
Lower Bentham iron SKW1 247m 35ch 247m 39ch
Lower Edmonton Station platform supporting arches; brick HDT 8m 42ch 22
Lower Radbourne North under construction for HS2; main line ≈51m ≈120.393km ≈120.444km
Lower Radbourne North under construction for HS2; main line ≈88m ≈119.912km ≈120.000km
Lower Thorpe under construction for HS2; main line ≈189m ≈105.152km ≈105.341km
Lower Town see Cober
Low Gill also called Lowgill; built 1859; brick; grade II listed ≈189m INL ≈0m 64ch ≈0m 73ch 11
Lowgill see Low Gill
Lowther crosses River Lowther; stone CGJ7 48m 50ch 48m 57ch 6
Lucey Road XTD 2m 64ch 2m 71ch 18
Lucey Way LBC 1m 01ch 1m 08ch 18
Lucey Way LBW 1m 01ch 1m 08ch 18
Ludgate Line brick FLL3 3m 40ch
Lugar built 1850; grade A listed GSW 49m 20ch 49m 31ch 13
Luggie Glen see Bargeddie
Lunan Bay steel ECN4 24m 02ch 24m 06ch 3
Lunds built 1875; brick SAC 257m 54ch 257m 59ch 5
Lune crosses River Lune; steel and brick CGJ7 0m 25ch 0m 38ch 12
Lune SKW2 260m 07ch 260m 17ch 9
Lune Square also called Damside; stone LAC 260m 17ch 260m 22ch 11
Lydbrook SLB 19m 67ch
Lydbrook River Bridge 103y ROS 5m 15ch 5m 20ch
Lydford 111y DAC 205m 53ch 205m 58ch
Lydgate also called Knott Wood FHR6 28m 65ch 28m 73ch 13
Lymington BLP 97m 63ch 97m 66ch
Lynn Lane ALC2 10m 57ch 3
M6 Motorway Link East under construction for HS2; Birmingham spur up line ≈158m ≈163.361km ≈163.519km
M6 Motorway Link West under construction for HS2; Birmingham spur down line ≈158m ≈163.347km ≈163.505km
M6 Motorway North under construction for HS2; main line ≈90m ≈160.315km ≈160.405km
M6 Motorway South under construction for HS2; main line ≈136m ≈160.012km ≈160.148km
M20/A20 This and next entry are the same viaduct, split across two ELRs 65mdown line 215mup line TRL3 108.517kmdown line 108.367kmup line 108.582km
M20/A20 This and previous entry are the same viaduct, split across two ELRs 256mdown line 281mup line TML 7.000km 7.256kmdown line 7.281kmup line
M42 Motorway under construction for HS2; main line ≈131m ≈158.217km ≈158.348km
M67 Bridge 100m RYH2 7m 10ch 7m 15ch 3
Maesycwmmer also called Hengoed or Rhymney; built 1854 299y VON 10m 37ch 10m 50ch 16
Maidenhead crosses River Thames; brick; grade I listed 237y MLN1 23m 21ch 23m 31ch 10
Maidstone And Waterside includes River Medway bridge SBJ 39m 64ch 39m 70ch 5
Main Down 141y MLN1 117m 21ch 117m 27ch
Main River 108y MLN1 117m 21ch 117m 27ch
Main Up 186y MLN1 117m 25ch
Main Water Of Luce built 1877 STR2 24m 75ch 24m 77ch
Maltby XTD 2m 28ch 2m 34ch 21
Magpie 111y LAN2 9m 46ch 9m 51ch 4
Magpie [original] ≈100y LAN2 ≈9m 46ch ≈9m 51ch 6
Manchester Ship Canal also called Acton Grange CGJ2 180m 40ch
Manchester Ship Canal also called Acton Grange CHW1 16m 35ch
Manchester South Junction and Altrincham Railway brick; grade II listed; reported as ≈1¾ miles long COL ≈189m 04ch ≈189m 63ch 224
Manod also called Gelly 108y LJT2 24m 78ch 25m 04ch 11
Manor Place HHH 1m 71ch 1m 75ch 8
Manor Place HHH 2m 00ch 2m 04ch 7
Manse built 1894; crosses Allt Sreang; steel WHL 18m 21ch 18m 22ch
Mansfield built 1819; grade II listed 5
Mansfield built 1875; grade II listed 217y PBS3 140m 55ch 140m 65ch 13
Mansion Street HHH 2m 52ch 2m 60ch 18
Manton MAC3 58m 30ch 58m 36ch
Market also called Stewarts Lane AHG 2m 36ch
Market Rasen NOB3 26m 33ch 26m 37ch
Markinch built 1847; stone; grade B listed ECN2 32m 71ch 33m 00ch 10
Marland 225y THJ 0m 05ch 0m 15ch
Marlow see Bourne End Stream
Marple also called Marple Goyt 308y TTA1 177m 23ch 177m 37ch 12
Marple Goyt see Marple
Marquis Of Wellington also called Millstream LBC 0m 45ch 0m 50ch 13
Marquis Of Wellington also called Millstream LBW 0m 45ch 0m 50ch 11
Marquis Of Wellington XTD 2m 36ch 2m 37ch 11
Marsh Farm under construction for HS2; main line ≈183m ≈152.523km ≈152.706km
Marshfield stone/brick SAC 236m 50ch 236m 52ch 3
Marsh Lane part built 1868, part built 1894 HUL4 19m 65ch 20m 34ch 93
Martholme NLC 10
Martinton GSW 90m 70ch 90m 78ch
Maryhill crosses River Kelvin; stone MRL2 4m 45ch 4m 50ch
Marykirk also called North Esk; steel ECN5 205m 76ch 206m 12ch 13
Matlock 91y AJM1 4
Maudland see Tulketh
Maudland Arches brick CGJ6 0m 30ch
Meadowhall crosses Blackburn Brook WNC
Meadowhall Road see Wincobank
Meaford Old Hall Farm ≈34y CMD2 26m 41ch 26m 42ch
Mechanics Path NKL 4m 76ch 5m 08ch 32
Medlar Street HHH 2m 68ch 2m 76ch 8
Medlock PPA1 2m 43ch 2m 47ch
Medway crosses VIR 1.261km TRL3 49.967km 51.228km
Mein Water crosses Mein Water; stone; one span infilled WCM1 17m 64ch 17m 66ch 5
Meldon highest point on Southern Railway (950′ above sea level); two adjacent structures built 1874 and 1879 183y DAC 199m 38ch 199m 46ch 6
Melingriffith Road see Glamorganshire Canal
Mennock Water GSW 67m 69ch 67m 72ch
Merrywalks see Stroud
Mersey brick CGJ2 181m 26ch
Merthyr 90y CAM 13m 10ch
Merthyr includes last 3 spans of former Merthyr viaduct on otherwise-closed route; official length (2023) 483m 351y CAM 24m 16ch 24m 41ch 20
Merthyr 394y MER 5m 61ch 5m 77ch
Merthyr see Pontypridd
Merthyr Vale MVZ 0m 12ch
Methley crosses River Calder; built 1840; brick TJC3 186m 63ch 186m 68ch 5
Micklehurst crosses Staly Brook; brick 243y MIK 15
Middlewood see Salford
Midford CMZ 2m 22ch 2m 25ch
Midford 170y SAD 3m 72ch 4m 00ch
Midland Railway built 1870; crosses River Don TJC1 159m 37ch 4
Milbrook Grange ≈28y LSC2 4m 79ch
Mile End Sand Drops MED 1m 76ch 23
Miles Dock see Sandstone
Milk Water stone WCM1 23m 68ch 23m 75ch
Milkwood Road VIR 3m 71ch 11
Millburn see Finham Brook
Mill Goit Stream And Flood Openings LEC2 122m 22ch
Mill Lane BTH1 12m 02ch
Mill O'Keir built 1848; crosses Allan Water; stone; grade B listed SCM3 122m 34ch 4
Mill Road LCH 6m 10ch
Mill Stream built 1885; wrought iron SCU1 32m 02ch 5
Millstream see Marquis Of Wellington [LBC]
Millstream see Marquis Of Wellington [LBW]
Millstream No 1 59y OXD 26m 12ch 26m 14ch
Millstream No 2 also called River Cherwell; crosses River Cherwell 85y OXD 26m 27ch 26m 31ch 8
Milltown reported as listed, not found on Historic England register 144y MLN3 278m 49ch 278m 56ch 6
Milne also called Longwood; grade II listed 231m MVL3 23m 57ch 23m 69ch 20
Milton also called Black Brook CYC 168m 08ch 168m 17ch
Milton Ernest fast lines; crosses River Great Ouse; built 1856; brick 155m SPC2 54m 17ch 54m 25ch
Milton Ernest slow lines; crosses River Great Ouse; brick 155m SPC2 54m 18ch 54m 25ch
Milverton crosses River Leam; stone; built 1851 220m LSC1 106m 44ch 106m 55ch 16
Mirfield MVN2 38m 00ch
Misbourne see Chalfonts No 1
Molendinar Street Arches HST 0m 28ch
Mollington CRR1 2m 42ch 2m 47ch
Moncrieff CAT 5m 17ch 5m 34ch 30
Monk Bridge crosses TJC3; stone; built 1846; grade II listed ≈300m DOL3 185m 21ch 185m 37ch 19
Monkwearmouth Bridge also called River Wear LEN3 89m 77ch 90m 11ch 7
Monmouth 20 stone arches and 2 steel spans; built 1861 ≈229m WYE 13m 40ch 22
Monmouth River Bridge 99y ROS 12m 62ch 12m 66ch
Monsal Dale built 1862; grade II listed 100y 5
Monxton BAE1 68m 38ch 68m 42ch
Moorcock also called Dandy Mire or Garsdale; built 1871 227y SAC 257m 01ch 257m 12ch 12
Moorswater 268y MLN3 265m 38ch 265m 50ch 8
Morar built 1897; concrete; grade B listed MLG2 36m 16ch 36m 19ch 4?
Mordaunt Street GLL 1m 08ch 1m 10ch
Morlais see Loughor
Morriston also called Ynysforgan 185y SDI2 3m 25ch 3m 34ch 8
Mortimer Street brick GOJ 0m 23ch 0m 26ch
Mosque Arches HST 0m 67ch
Moss Dale Gill HGE 259m 19ch
Moss Lane MVN2 10m 51ch
Mother Drain built 1909 ECM1 152m 23ch
Mottram HAJ 10m 07ch 10m 15ch
Mottram Arches HAJ 9m 72ch 10m 02ch
Moulsford main lines; built 1840; grade II* listed 147y MLN1 47m 27ch 47m 34ch
Moulsford relief lines; built 1893; grade II* listed 147y MLN1 47m 27ch 47m 34ch
Mousewater stone 83m WCM1 76m 08ch 76m 13ch
Moy steel/concrete/wood HGL2 103m 44ch 103m 45ch
MSJA COL 188m 01ch ≈189m 02ch
Muchalls steel ECN5 229m 67ch 229m 69ch 4
Muchalls Mill crosses Burn of Muchalls; steel ECN5 229m 03ch 229m 09ch 4
Mucking Creek THN 27m 00ch
Musgrave 3
Music Hall BML1 0m 22ch 0m 26ch
Music Hall RDG1 0m 22ch 0m 26ch
Muskham ECM1 121m 16ch 121m 31ch 3
Mytholmroyd MVN2 24m 60ch
Nairn see Culloden
Nairn River built 1856; stone; grade B listed ANI3 128m 44ch 128m 48ch 4
Nancy Brook BEZ 6m 65ch
Neath 88y SWM2 208m 42ch 208m 46ch
Neath A also VON 41m 11ch NEJ 208m 48ch
Neath Abbey crosses river 85y SWM2 209m 29ch 209m 33ch 5
Necropolis BML1 0m 16ch 0m 33ch 7
Necropolis RDG1 0m 16ch 0m 33ch 7
Neidpath PBB 17m 75ch 8
Nelson GJC 25m 43ch 25m 44ch 5
Ness reported as grade B listed, not found on Historic Environment Scotland register WCK 0m 37ch 0m 46ch
Nettlebridge 87y SAD 15m 39ch 15m 43ch
Nevis built 1894; steel WHL 99m 07ch 99m 08ch
Newbattle also called Lothianbridge; built 1849; stone/brick; grade B listed ≈300y SBO 23
New Bedford River see Hundred Foot River
New Biggin also called Crowdundle; stone SAC 283m 64ch 283m 68ch 4
Newbridge see 36 Arch
Newbridge see Cefn
New Cross Gate crosses LBW ELL1
New Cut originally RSB 18m 66ch-18m 69ch 68y SDI1 207m 36ch 207m 39ch
New Foryd down side; steel; disused CNH3 209m 69ch 210m 08ch
New Holland Pier NHP 0m 09ch
Newlands also called Carrongill Glen GSW 76m 14ch 76m 18ch
New Mills TTA1 172m 75ch 172m 77ch
Newport brick BGK 40m 33ch 40m 38ch
Newport Street BML1 0m 60ch 0m 68ch 15
Newport Street RDG1 0m 60ch 0m 68ch 15
New Skelton Bridge crosses River Ouse ECM5 3m 12ch 3m 16ch 3
Newton brick DSE 15m 55ch 15m 57ch
Newton HAJ 7m 32ch 7m 37ch
Newton Cap crosses River Wear DBA 11
Newton St Cyres flood openings 50y DAC 177m 20ch 177m 22ch
Newtown NMC1 172m 49ch 172m 60ch
Niffany also called Niphany; iron; crosses River Aire SKW1 223m 04ch
Nine Arches see St Fagans
Nine Elms BML1 1m 59ch 2m 08ch 72
Nine Elms RDG1 1m 59ch 2m 08ch 72
Nine Elms Flyover Ramp AHG 2m 13ch 2m 31ch
Niphany see Niffany
Nith MAX 0m 46ch
No 19A MCJ1 202m 78ch 203m 00ch 5
No 47 SKI 216m 00ch
No 127 BSP1 1m 16ch
Noe concrete ≈105m EPS ≈0m 11ch ≈0m 16ch 5
Norbury brick 230y NMC1 177m 35ch 177m 40ch 11
North Approach ECN2 10m 54ch
North Approach built 1862 WLL 1m 33ch 1m 37ch 5
North Bank HHH 0m 21ch 0m 27ch
North Dock Branch 807y SND 216m 05ch 216m 42ch
North Drain WEB 82m 32ch
North Dulwich BTH1 4m 79ch 5m 31ch 46
North Esk see Marykirk
North Esk built 1863; stone; grade B listed MIB
North Lenny crosses Garbh Uisge CLB 3m 44ch 3m 46ch
North London Incline CRF1 0m 20ch
North Lonsdale Road see Ulverston Canal
North Medwin Water DJL 2m 23ch
North Rode brick arches 383m CMD1 5m 35ch 5m 54ch 19
North Row 46y FNS2 0m 52ch
North Seaton crosses River Wansbeck 335m BWC 1m 58ch
North Somerset 128y SAD 10m 52ch 10m 58ch
North Street VIR 32m 54ch
North Tawton 62y DAC 191m 21ch 191m 24ch
Northwich also called Leftwich CDM2 21m 16ch 21m 57ch 51
Norwood Road HHT 4m 02ch 4m 19ch 16
Noss replaced by embankment on new alignment 1923 ≈170y TOR 227m 39ch
Nottar built 1908 (replaced 1855 structure); crosses River Lynher; grade II listed 206y MLN2 254m 78ch 255m 08ch 8
Nottar built 1855, replaced 1908; crosses River Lynher SGZ 255m 41ch
Nottingham Road steel 73m SPC8 128m 40ch 128m 43ch
Nuneaton measured length is 36y; crosses NWO 112y MYC 0m 08ch 0m 10ch
Nuneham [1] crosses River Thames; timber; built 1843; 7 spans over river, unknown if other spans present ≈99y DCL ≈57m 24ch ≈57m 29ch 7?
Nuneham [2] crosses River Thames; built 1850 replacing earlier structure ≈99y DCL ≈57m 24ch ≈57m 29ch
Nuneham [3] crosses River Thames; brick (3 spans) and steel (2 spans); built 1906 replacing earlier structure 99y DCL 57m 24ch 57m 29ch 5
Nun's Brook ECM1 58m 53ch
Nursery Road VIR 3m 05ch 3m 10ch 7
Oakbank EGS2 22m 12ch 22m 18ch
Oakenshaw steel/brick TJC3 181m 71ch 181m 73ch 4
Oakley fast lines; crosses River Ouse; brick 124m SPC2 53m 29ch 53m 35ch
Oakley slow lines; crosses River Ouse; brick 124m SPC2 53m 29ch 53m 35ch
Ogle crosses Ogle Burn ≈120y BQB 27m 68ch 27m 73ch 9
Old Bedford River steel EMP 78m 41ch 78m 57ch
Oldbury brick arches SVB 5
Old Canal brick/stone TJC3 186m 51ch 186m 53ch 4
Old Chapel 78y DJP 100m 18ch 100m 23ch
Old Deer Park RDG1 10m 08ch 10m 24ch
Old Dover Shed HHH 0m 45ch
Old Foryd up side; wrought iron CNH3 209m 69ch 210m 08ch
Old Goods Sidings FLL1 0m 37ch 14
Old Loco Sidings also called Goods Shed FLL1 0m 23ch 14?
Oldmill Street also called Seven Arches or Stoke ≈73y CMD2 20m 22ch 20m 26ch 7
Old Sneddon Street Arches AYR1 6m 41ch 6m 50ch
Old Stour River also called Conveyor ACR 66m 09ch
Old Trent Dyke NOB1 15m 79ch 16m 02ch
O'Meara Street XTD 1m 26ch 6
One Mile Bridge crosses River Yare; steel NOL 1m 00ch 1m 40ch
Orbiston also called Babylon Bridge; built 1849 WCM2 90m 57ch 90m 62ch 6
Orchy iron/timber OBN2 48m 42ch 48m 49ch 5
Ordie brick HGL1 156m 18ch 156m 19ch
Ordnance Road see Ordnance Row
Ordnance Row also called Ordnance Road WPH2 45m 16ch 45m 24ch
Orielton see Borthwen
Ormside brick 200y SAC 275m 20ch 275m 29ch 10
Osborne Street HST 0m 44ch
Ottery St Mary 55y SID 164m 05ch
Oulton Broad Swing Bridge built 1907; steel ESK 115m 76ch
Oundle Road see Peterborough
Ouseburn ECM7 1m 03ch 1m 18ch
Ouse Valley built 1841; brick; grade II* listed ≈450m VTB1 35m 37ch 35m 59ch 37
Over 91y SWM2 115m 43ch 115m 47ch 5
Overbridge GSW 46m 37ch
Oxford Canal under construction for HS2; main line ≈64m ≈118.616km ≈118.680km
Oxford Street Arches 233y MLN1 118m 12ch 118m 15ch 10
Oxley brick arches 188y WSJ2 143m 02ch 143m 13ch 12
Oxspring built 1855 PED2 0m 14ch 7
Oxted built 1881; crosses River Eden; brick and three steel spans SCU1 20m 40ch 20m 46ch
Oykel also called Shin; built 1868; grade A listed; 5 approach spans and 10 section girder bridge WCK 61m 25ch 61m 32ch 15
Paddock crosses River Colne; 11 stone arches, four box girders and one flat iron span; grade II listed 314m PEH 0m 56ch 0m 71ch 16
Paddys Market Arches HST 0m 55ch
Padfield Road LTC 3m 52ch 3m 62ch 20
Pagden Street VIR 1m 29ch 7
Palmerston Road Arches brick/steel ECN5 240m 59ch 240m 66ch
Par Harbour crosses ECC siding 73y MLN3 282m 20ch 282m 24ch 5
Park Bridge OAG2 ≈3m 48ch 10
Parkfield Road up line; concrete deck RBS1 83m 63ch 3
Parkfield Road down line; concrete deck RBS1 83m 64ch
Park Hall rebuilt 1983; crosses River Tame; also called River Tame 66y DBP3 35m 40ch 35m 43ch
Parkhead 164y OWW 146m 45ch 146m 52ch
Park Mill crosses Kenly Water EFL 27m 19ch 27m 22ch
Park Parade western structure; see Tame
Park Parade eastern structure; stone; built ≈1845; grade II listed SAJ 7
Park Street CSW 1m 59ch 5
Park Street North CBM 0m 21ch 0m 27ch 28
Park Street South also called Stoney Street CSW 1m 41ch 1m 46ch 8
Partington WJP1 25m 68ch
Pascoe replaced by embankment 1923 FAL1 307m 22ch
Patcham Terrace brick ATL 7m 13ch 7m 18ch 15
Payne Street NKL 4m 60ch 4m 66ch 19
Peabody HHT 4m 33ch 4m 37ch 8
Peckham Rye CAT 4m 66ch 5m 16ch 21
Pecking Mill 60y SAD 25m 12ch 25m 15ch
Pelier Street HHH 2m 17ch 2m 25ch 21
Penadlake grade II listed 101y MLN3 272m 20ch 272m 25ch 8
Penge Lane VIR 7m 31ch 7m 34ch 3
Pendleton also called Viaduct 5 WBS1 2m 36ch 2m 51ch 28
Penistone built 1850 or 1885 327y PEH 13m 14ch 13m 34ch 29
Penkridge ≈89y RBS3 23m 52ch 23m 56ch 7
Penmaenmawr also called Pen-Y-Clip; brick and stone CNH3 230m 14ch 230m 22ch
Penn see Sir Philip Rose's
Penpergwm River Bridge see River Usk
Penponds 120y MLN4 314m 49ch 314m 54ch 5
Penrhos crosses CAP, PEZ and WNT; removed 1937 PRS 12m 30ch
Penrose Street HHH 1m 75ch 2m 00ch 10
Penryn replaced by embankment 1923 FAL2 308m 73ch
Pensarn River Bridge see Artro River
Pensbury Place VIR 1m 52ch 16
Pensford built 1874; stone/brick; grade II listed 330y FNS2 17m 03ch 17m 19ch 16
Pentyrch River Bridge crosses River Taff 66y CAM 6m 51ch 5
Penwithers replaced by embankment 1926 FAL1 301m 50ch
Penwithers reported as listed, not found on Historic England register 139y MLN3 302m 03ch 302m 10ch 7
Pen-Y-Clip see Penmaenmawr
Penyrheol crosses SED; removed 1937 385y PRS 13m 56ch
Penzance replaced by embankment 1921 on line doubling MLN4 326m 10ch
Peover brick arches 135m CMP1 170m 20ch 170m 28ch 10
Peppering TBH1 56m 31ch
Perran (New) opened 1927 79y FAL1 305m 70ch 305m 74ch 3
Perran (Old) replaced by new viaduct 1927 FAL1 305m 73ch
Perseverance also called Gedling Street LBC 0m 50ch 0m 53ch 6
Perseverance also called Gedling Street LBW 0m 50ch 0m 53ch 11
Perseverance XTD 2m 38ch 2m 44ch 12
Peterborough also called Oundle Road ECM1 75m 60ch 75m 69ch
Peto also called Betts; Walsall Street branch ≈69y RBS2 12m 25ch 12m 28ch
Pictor CNB3 162m 17ch
Pilkington 122m SBH1 4m 54ch 4m 60ch
Pill [1] wooden trestle POD 23
Pill [2] segmental brick arches 92y POD 125m 79ch 126m 03ch 6
Pillowell TDZ 11m 29ch
Pinxton Canal? partly filled in; brick/stone TCC 133m 60ch
Pipeline Bridge HTG 38m 28ch
Pitcombe SAD 29m 00ch
Pitmore crosses River Stour; wrought iron SUD 55m 46ch
Pitt Street mostly infilled CGJ6 0m 21ch 0m 29ch 10
Plawsworth ECM5 69m 54ch 69m 60ch 6
Pleasington FHR4 7m 71ch 7m 74ch
Plessey built 1850; stone; grade II* listed ECM7 12m 17ch 12m 23ch 5
Plumpton see Leven
Polesworth North also called River Anker; down lines ≈86y LEC2 106m 48ch 106m 52ch
Polesworth North up lines LEC2 106m 48ch 106m 52ch
Polesworth South crosses River Anker ≈86y LEC2 105m 71ch 105m 75ch
Pollokshaws GBK 2m 50ch 2m 53ch
Pollokshields East CTC 0m 05ch
Ponsanooth (New) opened 1930 220y FAL1 306m 75ch 307m 05ch 9
Ponsanooth (Old) replaced by new viaduct 1930 FAL1 307m 00ch
Pont-Aber-Nant-Y-Felin PEN 9m 14ch
Pont Gethin see Lledr
Pontlottyn 129y CAR 22m 75ch 23m 00ch 10
Pontrhydyfen 167y SWJ 3m 30ch 3m 37ch
Pontsarn 150y MJR 19m 53ch 19m 60ch
Pontsmill 92y NEW 283m 53ch 283m 57ch 4
Pontymoel 112y EVY 8m 53ch 8m 58ch
Pontypool 4 spans remain (others demolished or infilled) HNL1 32m 76ch 4
Pontypridd also called Merthyr; crosses River Taff 90y CAM 13m 10ch
Pontypridd see Pwllgwaun
Popes CAT 3m 16ch 3m 24ch 16
Popes Grove TSJ 12m 07ch 12m 13ch 16
Portcreek built 1897 WPH2 41m 03ch 41m 06ch
Port Glasgow Arches GOU2 121m 14ch
Porthkerry stone; grade II listed 376y VOG 1m 50ch 1m 67ch 19
Portrack GSW 86m 69ch 86m 79ch
Portslade Road brick ATL 6m 58ch 6m 74ch 36
Portsmouth Harbour Pier WPH2 45m 25ch
Port Street built 1848; stone; grade B listed GSW ≈107m 00ch 4
Postern Road 90y NAB 32m 58ch 32m 64ch
Poundbury crosses River Frome ≈30y WEY 160m 61ch 160m 63ch
Prestleigh 121y SAD 22m 75ch 23m 01ch
Prideaux also called Clay Dry River 52y NEW 283m 19ch 283m 21ch 4
Primrose DJH 20m 21ch 20m 28ch
Prince Of Wales VTB1 1m 05ch 17
Princes Street brick/concrete SCM5 20m 25ch 20m 34ch
Pumping Station SLJ 6m 16ch 18
Punch Bowl iron SKW1 247m 48ch 247m 51ch
Putney Cutting Down PPW 5m 20ch 5m 48ch 43
Putney Cutting Up PPW 5m 42ch 5m 48ch 9
Pwllgwaun also called Pontypridd CTD 15m 03ch
Pwll-Y-Pant also called Llanbradach; crosses CAR; opened 1905; demolished 1938 ≈800y PRS 14m 54ch 16
Pyford Brook under construction for HS2; main line down line ≈65m ≈188.245km ≈188.310km
Pyford Brook under construction for HS2; main line up line ≈68m ≈188.249km ≈188.317km