Railway viaducts

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Last update 16 February 2024

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Name Notes Length ELR Start mileage End mileage Spans
Quakers Bridge see Skewen
Quaker's Yard grade II* listed 156y CAM 17m 57ch 17m 64ch 6
Quaker's Yard No 1 128y VON 15m 74ch 16m 00ch
Quaker's Yard No 2 QYZ 0m 14ch
Quarry Lane demolished 1970 ≈146m Mansfield East Curve 0m 22ch
Quay built 1848; brick; grade II listed 155y SDP2 84m 78ch 85m 05ch 11
Queen Æthelflæd see Runcorn Bridge
Queen Alexandra Bridge built 1909; originally joint road and rail ALB
Queen Ethelfleda see Runcorn Bridge
Queens also called Campbell's; crosses River Irvine ≈110m AYR4 28m 40ch 28m 46ch 6
Queens Passage BTH1 2m 55ch 2m 63ch 26
Queenstown Road BML1 2m 52ch 2m 61ch 25
Queenstown Road RDG1 2m 52ch 2m 61ch 25
Queenstown Road VTB1 1m 33ch 3
Quick Fit Arches built 1848 ECM7 0m 17ch
Radcliffe see Bury
Radcliffe [original] crosses River Trent; built 1859, replaced 1910; 32 wood spans and 1 cast iron span ≈386m NOG1 123m 53ch 123m 71ch 33
Radcliffe [replacement] crosses River Trent; built 1910; 28 brick arches and 1 cast iron span; also called Rectory Junction ≈386m NOG1 123m 53ch 123m 71ch 29
Radnor FFH2 71m 62ch 71m 63ch 3
Radwell fast lines; crosses River Great Ouse; steel/brick 119m SPC2 54m 77ch 55m 03ch 4
Radwell slow lines; crosses River Ouse; brick 119m SPC2 54m 77ch 55m 03ch 4
Raikes see Rakes
Railton crosses HHT VIR 3m 71ch 8
Rainbow crosses River Don ≈91m PED5 ≈19m 26ch
Rainham also called Rainham Creek 529m TRL3 23.541km 24.070km
Rainham Creek see Rainham
Rainham Creek crosses River Ingrebourne TLL 12m 42ch 2
Rakes also called Raikes ≈66m BBB 22m 22ch 22m 25ch 4
Ramsgate 97m VIR 79m 02ch 4
Randall Road BML1 0m 77ch 1m 04ch 16
Randall Road RDG1 0m 77ch 1m 04ch 16
Randolph Street rebuilt 1958; part of Caledonian Road to Kentish Town Arches; steel BOK1 4m 70ch
Rannoch built 1894; steel 208m WHL 64m 55ch 64m 64ch 9
Rastrick built 1840; stone arches 103m MVN2 34m 13ch 34m 18ch 7
Rathgar Road LOC 3m 37ch 3m 51ch 19
Ratho see 36 Arch
Rattery brick and stone; grade II listed 68y MLN1 227m 35ch 227m 39ch 6
Ravenglass 72y CBC1 58m 10ch 58m 14ch 4
Ravenscroft HBE 3m 26ch 3m 32ch 9
Raymouth Road XTD 3m 17ch 83
Reading main lines only 1m 110y MLN1 36m 24ch 37m 29ch
Reading Central built 2014 ≈382y MLN1 36m 49ch 36m 66ch 14
Reading Feeder Line Flood Reliefs ≈58y RFR 36m 44ch 36m 46ch 8
Reading Festival Line MLN1 36m 47ch 36m 55ch 6
Reading Western built 2014 ≈463y MLN1 36m 77ch 37m 18ch 17
Rectory Junction see Radcliffe
Red Bridge also called Taff 48y CAM 4m 64ch 5
Redbridge ≈101m SBO ≈34m 68ch ≈34m 73ch 5
Redbrook 101y WYE 11m 33ch
Red Burn see Castlecary
Redcliffe BHB 118m 33ch 8?
Redcraig 68y ANN 48m 45ch 48m 70ch 6
Redcross CSW 1m 37ch 1m 41ch 6
Red Cross XTD 1m 31ch 6
Reddish also called Reddish Vale or Tame; built 1875; brick arches; crosses River Tame; grade II listed TTA2 43m 05ch 43m 18ch 16
Reddish Vale see Reddish
Red Drove ECM1 66m 32ch 5
Redruth grade II listed 190y MLN4 309m 79ch 310m 08ch 8
Reedham Swing Bridge built 1905; crosses River Yare; wrought iron NOL 13m 02ch 13m 07ch 3?
Relief Line see Albert Road
Relieving Arches removed LTN1 2m 25ch 7
Relly Mill built 1897; crosses River Browney ECM5 65m 17ch 65m 23ch 5
Rendlesham 189m HDB 10m 33ch 10m 43ch 14
Rhondda crosses river 112y THT 13m 10ch 7
Rhondda 191y AVN 0m 22ch
Rhy BEV 0m 22ch
Rhydyfelin CRY 9m 23ch
Rhymney see Maesycwmmer
Ribble main lines; crosses River Ribble; stone ≈223m CGJ5 21m 21ch 21m 33ch 5
Ribble goods lines; crosses River Ribble; steel ≈223m CGJ5 21m 21ch 21m 33ch 5
Ribble crosses River Ribble; 2 stone arches and 3 steel spans ≈116m LHJ 5
Ribble also called Sheriff Brow; brick SAC 239m 51ch 239m 53ch 3
Ribble brick SAC 240m 48ch 240m 53ch 5
Ribblehead also called Batty Moss or Blea Moor; grade II* listed; brick 440y SAC 247m 49ch 247m 70ch 24
Riddings built 1864; crosses Liddel Water; grade A listed RLB 9
Riddlesdown ≈149m SCU1 14m 59ch 8
Ridgeway Road LOC 3m 51ch 3m 68ch 43
Ridley Hall also called South Tyne; crosses River South Tyne; built 1907 replacing 1838 original on same piers ≈137m NEC2 31m 45ch 31m 50ch 5
Ringwell built 1861; replaced by embankment 1933 122y FAL1 304m 04ch 6
Risca 88y NMP 5m 69ch 5m 74ch
Rispin Cleugh built 1891; demolished 23 December 1991; crosses stream 158y LDS 4m 33ch 4m 40ch 8
River Aire sold 2007 BOO 5m 34ch
River Aire built 1840 ≈94m NOC 18m 11ch 18m 17ch 3
River Aire Northern Approach Arches SMJ2 1m 39ch
River Aire Southern Approach Arches built 1901 SMJ2 1m 48ch
River Aire 3ch TJC3 222m 27ch
River Amman track removed from up side LLA 9m 79ch
River Anker down side LEC2 96m 36ch 96m 38ch
River Anker up side LEC2 96m 36ch 96m 38ch
River Annan see Annan
River Arrow SJT1 45m 28ch
River Arun TBH2 19m 36ch
River Avon 66y AAM 2m 07ch 2m 10ch 3?
River Avon 83y BAG2 73m 57ch 73m 61ch 5
River Avon built 1884 87y BML2 104m 03ch 5
River Avon was FNS2 22m 70ch 73y BRL 0m 33ch 0m 36ch 3
River Avon also called Sea Mills; three steel spans and one brick arch 88y CNX 6m 04ch 6m 08ch 4
River Avon three steel and two concrete decks with cast iron columns ≈66y DCL 107m 15ch 107m 18ch 5
River Avon ≈87y LEC2 84m 05ch 84m 09ch
River Avon brick ≈112y LSC2 1m 17ch 1m 22ch 9
River Avon reported as listed, not found on Historic England register 72y MLN1 90m 77ch 91m 00ch 5
River Avon (main lines) original stone structure 108y MLN1 117m 22ch 117m 27ch 3
River Avon (down side relief lines) later steel girders structure beside original 141y MLN1 117m 21ch 117m 27ch 3
River Avon (up side relief lines) later steel girders structure beside original; track removed 141y? MLN1 117m 21ch 117m 27ch 3
River Avon OWW 107m 00ch 107m 04ch 2
River Avon under construction for HS2; main line ≈76m ≈139.771km ≈139.847km
River Ayr built 1850 110m AYR6 40m 31ch 40m 36ch 4
River Beult A XTD 43m 12ch 6
River Beult B XTD 43m 60ch 5
River Blythe brick ≈88y ESK 99m 64ch
River Blythe DBP3 32m 22ch 32m 26ch
River Blythe under construction for HS2; main line ≈475m ≈154.287km ≈154.435km
River Brain LTN1 38m 31ch
River Brent 122y ANL 5m 58ch 5m 64ch 7
River Brue EBU 19m 47ch
River Caerfanell BND 6m 79ch
River Calder 80m GRD 0m 71ch 0m 75ch
River Calder MVN2 29m 76ch 30m 12ch
River Calder MVN2 31m 16ch 31m 20ch
River Calder MVN2 48m 50ch
River Cale BAE2 110m 13ch 110m 13ch
River Carron see Carronhill
River Can brick LTN1 29m 25ch 29m 30ch
River Chelmer LTN1 30m 25ch
River Cherwell see Millstream No 2
River Clyde HST 0m 61ch 0m 67ch 7
River Clyde RCB 0m 53ch
River Clyst all steel spans crossing estuary 114y EMT 4m 79ch 5m 04ch 5
River Cole ≈52y SAS 0m 11ch 0m 13ch
River Cole East under construction for HS2; Birmingham spur up line ≈136m ≈162.187km ≈162.323km
River Cole West under construction for HS2; Birmingham spur down line ≈106m ≈162.129km ≈162.235km
River Colne [MVL3] see Colne
River Colne [NAJ2] see Colne
River Conway LJT1 13m 07ch 13m 11ch
River Coquet also called Coquet ECM7 29m 72ch 30m 01ch 9
River Dart ≈58y MLN1 222m 48ch 222m 50ch 6
River Dee steel beam CHN3 180m 50ch
River Dee 7 steel spans, 5 brick arches ECN5 240m 08ch 240m 22ch 12
River Derwent NEC1 4m 07ch
River Derwent see Hartleys
River Devon also reported as 26 spans: separate up and down? ≈95m NOB1 17m 51ch 17m 59ch 13
River Don also called Don; rebuilt 1880; iron ANI1 15m 57ch 15m 62ch 5
River Don DOW 2m 69ch 2m 78ch
River Don HJB 0m 20ch
River Dove DBP1 7m 76ch 7m 79ch
River Earn BQB 6m 51ch 6m 55ch
River Earn BQB 19m 40ch 19m 44ch
River Ely also called Treforest 163m
River Esk also called Carr End or Limber Hill MBW2 26m 59ch
River Eye built 1911; steel/brick GSM4 106m 11ch
Riverford 117y LAN2 2m 65ch 2m 71ch 5
Riverford [original] 124y LAN2 ≈2m 65ch ≈2m 71ch 6
River Frome ≈45y WEY 160m 28ch 160m 31ch
River Frome FUR 126m 74ch
River Fynn brick ESK 77m 15ch
River Great Ouse steel SOB2 11m 76ch
River Great Ouse fast lines; see Great Ouse
River Great Ouse slow lines; see Great Ouse
River Idle ECM1 138m 21ch
River Irvine crosses River Irvine and three public roads DAS1 41m 33ch 41m 55ch
River Irvine GSW 35m 15ch 35m 21ch
River Irvine MAY 1m 21ch 1m 27ch
River Itchen under construction for HS2; main line ≈88m ≈126.393km ≈126.481km
River Ithan official mileage is 27m 70ch-28m 09ch, identical to Pen-y-Bont tunnel 44y CWL2 ≈27m 25ch
River Ithon MLT 82m 38ch
River Kennet brick arches; reported as listed, not found on Historic England register 88y MLN1 34m 77ch 35m 01ch 5
River Lea see River Lee
River Lea brick BGK 4m 29ch 4m 35ch 5
River Leam under construction for HS2; main line ≈113m ≈133.763km ≈133.876km
River Lee also called River Lea ECM1 18m 57ch
River Leven iron lattice girders on iron columns and stone abutments FAC 29m 35ch 29m 38ch 3
River Leven crosses River Leven LLB 3m 42ch 3m 48ch
River Loddon brick arches 70y MLN1 31m 43ch 31m 46ch 7
River Loddon RDG2 65m 16ch
River May see Forteviot
River Medlock COL 189m 22ch
River Medway RTT 40m 43ch 40m 46ch
River Mersey STY 5m 52ch 5m 59ch
River Misbourne see Chalfonts No 1
River Mole LEJ 18m 24ch
River Mole RSJ 29m 29ch 29m 32ch
River Nairn see Culloden
River Nant iron/timber OBN2 58m 33ch 58m 34ch
River Nar removed HAR 95m 57ch
River Neath APG 0m 30ch 0m 36ch
River Neath 88y SWM2 208m 42ch 208m 46ch
River Neath Swing Bridge originally RSB 19m 10ch-19m 17ch; grade II listed 150y SDI1 207m 61ch 207m 67ch 6
River Nene concrete EMP 99m 48ch 99m 55ch
River Nene built 1933; steel EMP 100m 28ch 100m 33ch
River Nene concrete and brick decks ≈89y HNR 66m 04ch 66m 08ch 8
River Nene brick arches and steel deck ≈132y NCP 0m 51ch 0m 57ch 14
River Nene NMH 0m 40ch
River Nene NMH 1m 04ch
River Nene sold 1987 NMH 5m 13ch 5m 16ch
River Nene sold 1987 NMH 5m 43ch
River Nene sold 1987 NMH 6m 05ch
River Nene NMH 6m 50ch
River Nene also called Brampton ≈68y HNR 67m 71ch 67m 77ch
River Otter 79y BAE2 157m 75ch 157m 79ch
River Parrett riveted metal plates (spans 1/2), brick masonry arches (spans 4/5) span 3 unknown construction CCL 130m 30ch 130m 34ch 5
River Plym 44m MLN1 243m 13ch 5
River Rhymney up line only 117y CPY 5m 50ch 5m 55ch
River Rhymney down line only 63y CPZ 6m 33ch 6m 36ch
River Rother also called Beighton or Rother; originally designed ≈300y long with 30 spans, centre replaced by embankment and east end called Woodhouse 80m MAC3 47m 02ch 47m 06ch 6
River Severn 145y AAM 6m 18ch 6m 24ch
River Severn CRI 2m 76ch
River Severn Bridge included within Worcester
River Skerne ECM5 45m 30ch 45m 33ch
River Skerne also called Ketton ECM5 47m 24ch 47m 26ch
River Sowe ≈87y RBS1 91m 64ch 91m 68ch
River Spey ELC 7
River Stour iron LTN1 59m 71ch 59m 75ch
River Taff also called Taffs Well; grade II listed 88y CAM 7m 74ch 5
River Tame 88y ALC1 0m 14ch 0m 18ch
River Tame BJW1 0m 12ch
River Tame 89y DBP2 31m 00ch 31m 04ch
River Tame 65y DBP2 32m 38ch 32m 41ch
River Tame see Park Hall
River Tame HAJ 5m 19ch 5m 23ch
River Tame ≈33y PBJ 6m 55ch 6m 56ch
River Tame ≈22y PBJ 7m 01ch 7m 02ch
River Tame under construction for HS2; Birmingham spur ≈773m ≈165.660km ≈166.433km 36
River Tame East under construction for HS2; Leeds spur up line ≈586m ≈1.439km ≈2.025km
River Tame West under construction for HS2; main line ≈586m ≈164.537km ≈164.751km
River Tavy 497y DAC 224m 15ch 224m 38ch 17
River Taw BAZ 209m 02ch
River Tawe also called Ynystawe 95y SDI2 2m 71ch 2m 75ch 4
River Tay BAF 24m 06ch 24m 11ch
River Teme 70y WAH 123m 65ch 123m 68ch 9
River Ter brick LTN1 35m 22ch
River Test RTJ2 81m 17ch
River Thame also called Chearsley ≈77y NAJ2 30m 75ch 30m 79ch 5
River Thames also called Cannon Street CBM 0m 16ch
River Thames NMS1 12m 28ch
River Thames RDG1 10m 22ch 10m 29ch
River Tone 75y CHD 0m 21ch 0m 25ch
River Torridge A 93y NDN 224m 41ch 224m 45ch
River Torridge B 66y NDN 224m 60ch 224m 63ch
River Torridge C 66y NDN 225m 00ch 225m 03ch
River Towy see Glanrhyd
River Towy see Glantowy
River Trent CLN3 29m 11ch
River Trent CLN3 29m 18ch
River Trent KSL 125m 61ch 125m 70ch
River Trent down side, masonry arches ≈83y LEC2 122m 13ch 122m 17ch
River Trent up side, metallic decks ≈83y LEC2 122m 13ch 122m 17ch
River Trent brick arches NBS 0m 39ch 4
River Trent brick arches RRN2 14m 15ch 5
River Trent SSJ1 120m 65ch 120m 68ch
River Trent SSJ1 124m 50ch 124m 57ch
River Trent Flood Arches ECM1 121m 40ch 6
River Trent (South) CLN3 28m 75ch
River Tummel BAF 23m 46ch 23m 54ch
River Usk 59y BND 6m 53ch 6m 56ch
River Usk also called Penpergwm River Bridge 92y HNL1 25m 79ch 26m 04ch 3
River Usk 80y MTA 1m 59ch 1m 63ch
River Usk 215y SWM2 158m 21ch 158m 30ch 12
River Usk Bridge ROS 25m 21ch
River Waveney brick LTN1 94m 54ch
River Waver CBC3 13m 40ch
River Wear see Monkwearmouth Bridge
River Wey AJB 0m 19ch 0m 25ch
River Wey BML1 19m 51ch 19m 55ch 7
River Wharfe, Ulleskelf NOC 8m 36ch
River Wiske LEN3 49m 60ch 49m 62ch
River Wissey iron BGK 83m 23ch
River Wye MLT 80m 75ch
River Yare also called Lakenham; crosses River Yare and ETN; brick LTN1 112m 43ch
River Yarrow fast lines only; brick CGJ5 14m 50ch 14m 55ch
River Yeo 80y WCA 7
River Yeo YVT 1m 38ch
Robbery Lane crosses Robbery Bottom Lane ECM1 23m 29ch 23m 33ch 7
Rochester VIR 33m 15ch 33m 17ch 7
Rochester Street also called Winchester CBM 0m 27ch 0m 30ch 3
Rockingham Street HHH 1m 31ch 1m 35ch 5
Rock Lea see Rockley Sands
Rockley see Rockley Sands
Rockley Sands also called Rockley or Rock Lea 44m BML2 116m 78ch 1
Rock Mill 52y NEW 284m 33ch 284m 36ch 3
Rolt Street XTD 4m 27ch 22
Romptickle also called Romtickle or Rumtickle; built 1844; crosses River Don MAC2 5?
Romtickle see Romptickle
Roodee up fast line; built 1848 CNH3 180m 23ch 180m 47ch 46
Roodee down fast line; built 1848 CNH3 180m 23ch 180m 47ch 46
Roodee Wrexham lines CNH3 180m 23ch 180m 47ch 46
Roper Lane LBC 0m 23ch 0m 30ch 16
Roper Lane LBW 0m 23ch 0m 30ch 16
Roper Lane XTD 2m 12ch 2m 15ch
Rose Burn ACL 55m 54ch 55m 50ch
Rossie constructed 1878; brick 300y ECN4 29m 53ch 29m 63ch 17
Rother see River Rother
Rotherhithe Road LBC 1m 49ch 1m 59ch 7
Rotherhithe Road LBW 1m 49ch 1m 59ch 7
Rothiemay see Deveron
Rouel Road LBC 0m 67ch 0m 69ch 6
Rouel Road LBW 0m 67ch 0m 69ch 10
Rowton House BML1 1m 34ch 1m 37ch 6
Rowton House RDG1 1m 34ch 1m 37ch 6
Roxburgh see Teviot
Roy steel WHL 87m 46ch
Royal Albert Bridge crosses River Tamar; grade I listed 729y MLN2 250m 70ch 251m 23ch 19
Royal Border Bridge grade I listed 720y ECM7 66m 41ch 66m 74ch 28
Roydon Road VTB1 1m 36ch
Ruckley 90y WSJ2 152m 08ch 152m 12ch
Rugby North Flyover crosses LEC2 ≈450y RBS1 83m 32ch 83m 52ch ≥12
Rugby South Approach LEC1 81m 70ch
Rugeley Station Road LEC2 124m 13ch
Rumney River main lines only SWM2 167m 67ch
Rumtickle see Romptickle
Runcorn Bridge also called Queen Ethelfleda or or Queen Æthelflæd; crosses River Mersey 915y WJL1 180m 77ch 181m 11ch 3
Runcorn North 270m WJL1 181m 11ch 181m 25ch 16
Runcorn South 520m WJL1 180m 48ch 180m 77ch 33
Running Shed see Coal Sidings
Runton brick; name is uncertain ≈74m RNW1 ≈13m 19ch ≈13m 23ch
Rushworth Street HHH 1m 08ch 1m 10ch 3
Ruswarp crosses River Esk ≈95m MBW3 29m 26ch 8?
Ryde Pier rebuilt 1957 686m IOW 0m 00ch 0m 31ch
Rye Lane brick BTH1 3m 28ch 10
Rythers ECM3 180m 03ch 180m 28ch 25
Saddleworth also called Uppermill 317y MVL3 13m 50ch 13m 64ch 21?
St Annes Park Arches MLN1 115m 25ch 115m 29ch
St Austell 207y MLN3 286m 60ch 286m 70ch 10
St Catherine's Meadow 84y SWM2 115m 00ch 115m 04ch 7
St Davids see Bonhay Road
St Enoch HST 0m 67ch 16
St Erth crosses River Hayle 31y MLN4 320m 36ch 2
St Fagans also called Nine Arches or Tredegar; crosses River Ely; demolished 1970s 180y 9
St Germans also called Tiddy; stone/brick; built 1908 (replaced 1855 structure); grade II listed 326y MLN2 255m 74ch 256m 08ch 13
St Germans built 1855, replaced 1908 SGZ ≈256m 00ch
St Ives 106y SIV 325m 02ch 325m 07ch 10
St James built 1840; also called Holloway or Southgate; 17 stone arches and 2 steel spans; grade II* listed 522m MLN1 106m 77ch 107m 20ch 19
St James Street Station platform supporting arches; brick/iron CJC 5m 52ch 29
St John's Hill BML1 4m 05ch
St Johns Wood crosses LEC1 62y MCJ1 204m 38ch
St Julians River Bridge 150y HNL1 40m 47ch 40m 54ch 8
St Leonards brick HGL1 151m 11ch
St Leonards brick SCM5 20m 73ch
St Lukes Business Units ≈145y HST 1m 00ch 1m 07ch
St Pinnock grade II listed 202y MLN3 269m 40ch 269m 49ch 10
St Stephens see Coombe
St Thomas 548y MLN1 194m 59ch 195m 03ch 66
St Thomas 135y SWT 48m 28ch 48m 33ch
St Thomas Street LBC 0m 04ch 0m 18ch 31
St Thomas Street LBW 0m 04ch 0m 19ch
St Thomas Street XTD 1m 77ch 9
Salford also called Middlewood DSE 30m 48ch 31m 38ch 134
Salkeld Street ≈72y HST 1m 37ch 1m 40ch
Saltburn opened 1872 SSK1 27m 79ch 28m 16ch 11
Salthouse 10 brick arches, 1 steel girder span and 3 very small brick arches 145y CBC1 28m 03ch 28m 10ch 14
Saltmarket Old Empire Bar HST 0m 43ch 14
Sams also called Stockley Western Flyover; built 2014; concrete ≈302y HLL 11m 60ch 11m 74ch 2
Sandilands crosses River Clyde DMB 3m 60ch 3m 66ch
Sandstone also called Miles Dock POD 124m 07ch 124m 10ch
Sankey built 1830; crosses Sankey Brook; grade I listed 150y DSE 14m 07ch 14m 16ch 9
Sankey Valley crosses Sankey Brook and St Helens Canal; built 1873; 7 arches and 1 steel girder MAJ 17m 16ch 17m 21ch 8
Sark brick WCM1 8m 55ch 8m 57ch
Sarn Pile 19y SBA2 59m 46ch
Satan's Bridge SDC 6m 72ch
Saw Mill [1] NKL 16m 11ch 16m 13ch 3
Saw Mill [2] NKL 16m 14ch 16m 17ch 7
Scarborough Bridge rail and foot spans; built 1875 YMS 0m 16ch 0m 19ch
School Arches see Abbey
Scout Hill crosses River Calder; built 1867 LIV1 12
Scoop 73y NDN 201m 35ch 201m 39ch
Scoresby Street XTD 0m 76ch 9
Sea Mills see River Avon
Seaton crosses SEU; brick GSM1 86m 62ch 86m 65ch 8
Selby Canal ECM3 172m 42ch 172m 44ch
Selby Dam ECM3 175m 13ch 175m 20ch
Selby Swing Bridge HUL2 30m 70ch
Sellafield see Calder
Selly Oak metal spans to 45m 39ch, then brick arches 250y BAG1 45m 33ch 45m 45ch >13
Settle see Church
Seven Arch crosses River Loddon; brick 68y MLN1 31m 19ch 31m 22ch 7
Seven Arches see Ladybridge
Seven Arches see Lexden
Seven Arches see Oldmill Street
Severn 1313y SAW 4m 54ch 5m 34ch
Severn 517y WSJ2 SHL 171m 29ch ? 171m 53ch ?
Severn And Carno Rivers timber; also listed as 66y 352y SBA2 53m 16ch 53m 20ch 11
Shaftholme crosses ECM2 and JCA 246m HTM 68m 41ch 68m 51ch
Shakespeare ATL 4m 70ch 4m 73ch 5
Shakespeare CAT 3m 51ch 3m 54ch 5
Shand Street LBC 0m 18ch
Shand Street XTD 2m 04ch 9
Shankend built 1862; grade B listed ETC 15
Sharpness No 1 95y SSN 4m 34ch 4m 38ch
Sharpness No 2 SSN 4m 46ch
Sharpness Swing Bridge 64y SAW 4m 52ch 4m 54ch
Sharnbrook (New) slow lines; crosses River Ouse; built 1883; iron 182m SPC2 56m 16ch 56m 25ch 9
Sharnbrook (Old) fast lines; crosses River Ouse; iron 182m SPC2 56m 16ch 56m 25ch 9
Shay Lane brick/stone DOL1 172m 54ch 172m 60ch 9
Sheepwash PSE 144m 64ch 144m 65ch
Sheffield Road see Whitting Moor Road
Shenstone 110y ALC2 10m 75ch 11m 00ch 13
Shepherds Lane ATL 5m 41ch 5m 50ch 17
Shepherds Lane VIR 2m 78ch 3m 00ch 2
Sherbourne ≈86y RBS1 92m 76ch 93m 00ch 3
Sherif Brow see Ribble
Sherrington 73y SAL 121m 26ch 121m 29ch
Shifnal total official length including arches and road bridge is 246y in 18 spans 194y WSJ2 154m 33ch 154m 42ch 12
Shifnal Arches down side only WSJ2 154m 24ch 9
Shillamill 227y DAC 215m 51ch 215m 62ch
Shin see Oykel
Shiplake early steel 230y HEN 33m 07ch 33m 17ch 11
Shochie brick HGL1 156m 00ch 156m 01ch
Shoreditch concrete ELL1 1m 53ch 2m 01ch 14?
Shoreham crosses River Adur; built 1892 394y BLI1 6m 27ch 6m 43ch 16
Shoreham Arches BLI1 6m 22ch 6m 25ch
Shrub Hill Station OWW 120m 40ch 8
Shugborough also called Little Haywood; crosses River Trent; masonry arches 66y LEC2 127m 68ch 127m 71ch 4
Signal Box BML1 0m 53ch 0m 59ch 9
Signal Box RDG1 0m 53ch 0m 59ch 9
Silver Street Station platform supporting arches; brick HDT 7m 71ch 15
Silwood Street XTD 3m 39ch 79
Sirhowy reported as grade II listed, not found on Cadw register; stone arches; built 1864 110y MTA 13m 41ch 9
Sir Frederick's also called Clarendon Park RTJ2 93m 67ch
Sir Philip Rose's also called Penn 63y NAJ2 14m 14ch 14m 17ch 3
Six Arches crosses River Itchen ETF 74m 41ch 74m 45ch 6
Skelton Bridge crosses River Ouse ECM5 3m 12ch 3m 16ch 3
Skewen also called Drummau Road or Quakers Bridge or Whitegates 29y SWM2 209m 73ch 3
Slade 275y MLN1 237m 57ch 237m 69ch 11
Slaithwaite 161m MVL3 21m 00ch 21m 07ch
Slapewath also called Waterfall; one source suggests ELR is GUH1 but mileage/location do not match; grade II listed ≈105m GUB 10m 63ch 8
Slateford also called Water Of Leith; stone ECA2 98m 48ch 98m 59ch
Sleeches SCU1 41m 63ch 41m 70ch
Slitrig also called aka Barns or Stobs; grade B listed ETC 4
Slitting Mill concrete CHR 151m 28ch
Slochd built 1897; stone and brick; crosses Allt Slochd Mhuic; grade B listed 122m HGL2 93m 69ch 93m 75ch 8
Slutchers Lane crosses CHW2 at 17m 68ch; steel CGJ2 181m 68ch
Small Dean under construction for HS2; main line ≈350m ≈52.541km ≈53.080km 7
Smardale stone; crosses DNT 237y SAC 268m 49ch 268m 59ch 12
Smardale Gill crosses Scandal Beck; built 1861 184y DNT 14
Smedley MVN1 1m 08ch
Smithston STR1 47m 34ch 47m 36ch
Snow Hill DCL 129m 34ch 129m 45ch 41
Soho 50y SCL 0m 09ch 0m 12ch 8
Solway opened 1869, demolished 1935; crosses Solway Firth; 181 single piers and 12 double piers 1m 180y ANB 6m 69ch 7m 77ch 193
Somerford crosses River Avon 150y SWB 90m 23ch 90m 29ch 13
Somerleyton Swing Bridge built 1945; crosses River Waveney NOL 17m 62ch 17m 70ch
Somerton semicircular brick arches 116y CCL 125m 15ch 125m 20ch 5
Sopers Farm built 1907 137m HDB 12m 36ch 12m 43ch
Souldern No 1 308y NAJ3 16m 32ch 16m 47ch
Souldern No 2 404y NAJ3 17m 05ch 17m 25ch
South Approach ECN2 9m 50ch
South Approach see Lombard Road
South Approach Arches ECN2 9m 47ch
South Bermondsey BTH1 2m 24ch 15
Southborough also called Colesbrook; brick; built 1845; grade II listed TTH 31m 62ch 31m 73ch 26
South College Street Arches stone/steel/brick ECN5 240m 44ch 240m 59ch
South Drain ECM1 83m 28ch
South Drain built 1894 WEB 82m 25ch
Southerham Lift KJE2 50m 64ch 5?
South Esk built 1883; possibly 474y long 481y ECN4 30m 02ch 30m 24ch 16
Southgate see St James
South Lenny crosses Garbh Uisge CLB 3m 15ch 3m 17ch
South London Line FLL1 3m 40ch 7
Southolme VTB1 1m 39ch 4
South Stoke TTH 56m 02ch
South Tottenham To Blackhorse Road Arches TAH2 6m 10ch 6m 22ch 26
South Tyne see Ridley Hall
Southwark Bridge Road HHH 1m 18ch 1m 27ch 15
Southwark Street XTD 1m 37ch 10
Sowerby Bridge 78m MVN2 28m 30ch 28m 34ch
Spon End see Coventry
Spean built 1894; steel/timber WHL 89m 46ch 89m 50ch
Spey steel ANI2 22m 60ch 22m 69ch
Spey crosses River Spey; steel HGL2 68m 22ch 68m 27ch
Spicers Wharf BSF 0m 71ch 0m 79ch 18
Spicers Wharf VIR 0m 71ch 18
Spicers Wharf VTB 0m 71ch 4?
Spices Underbridge Flood Opening steel trough flooring; same as Cockmarsh Common? WBB 28m 26ch 6
Sprats XTD 1m 77ch 1m 79ch
Spread Eagle BML1 0m 48ch 0m 53ch 11
Spread Eagle RDG1 0m 48ch 0m 53ch 11
Springfield VIR 4m 14ch 4m 23ch 22
Spring Gardens 401y BUX 0m 09ch 0m 27ch 16
Spring Grove seven brick and one metal span MIK 8
Spring Road brick FEL 74m 16ch
Stafford's Bridge 66y MLN1 191m 45ch 191m 48ch
Staffordshire Moor LEC2 110m 59ch 2?
Staithes opened 1883; closed 1958 and demolished 263y 17
Stalybridge ≈258y MVL3 7m 77ch 8m 09ch 21
Stambermill see Stourbridge
Stamford Bridge built 1847; grade II* listed YMW 16
Stanford Road MCJ3 91m 38ch 91m 46ch
Stanningley built 1854 151m LBE1 4m 32ch 4m 39ch
Stanway see Toddington
Stanway see Lexden
Stapleton 224y KIG 128m 55ch 128m 66ch
Stapleton Road 49y BSW 1m 56ch 1m 58ch
Station brick BTH1 2m 48ch 11
Station Access built 1885; steel HGL1 151m 39ch 151m 40ch
Station Arches CGJ5 6m 46ch 15
Station Road CAT 3m 08ch 3m 16ch 10
Station Road HHH 2m 76ch 3m 02ch 6
Staverton MCJ3 9
Stechford ≈53y RBS1 109m 28ch 109m 30ch
Steedman Street HHH 1m 56ch 1m 71ch 18
Stephenson's ≈631y GWB ≈4m 13ch 4m 42ch
Stewarton built 1868; stone; grade B listed GBK 18m 42ch 18m 52ch 10
Stewarts Lane brick ATL 7m 00ch 7m 06ch 6
Stewarts Lane VIR 1m 31ch 4
Stewarts Lane see Market
Stifford crosses Mar Dyke UPG 4m 51ch 4m 60ch
Stobs see Slitrig
Stockbeck crosses Stock Beck ≈117m DJH 29m 12ch 29m 19ch 8?
Stockley East Flyover built 2014; concrete ≈164y HLL 11m 47ch 11m 55ch
Stockley North separate up airport line and up airport relief line viaducts; built 2014; concrete 525y HLL 11m 55ch 11m 79ch 19
Stockport grade II* listed 597y CMP2 183m 10ch 183m 37ch 28
Stoke see Oldmill Street
Stonehouse wrought iron arch ribs in river span 90y BGL2 102m 07ch 102m 11ch 5
Stonehouse Pool [original] replaced 1908 107y MLN7 247m 32ch 6
Stonehouse Pool [replacement] built 1908 107y MLN7 247m 32ch 11
Stoneyfield see Deans Brook
Stoney Street see Park Street South
Stores PBE 7m 46ch 7m 53ch 13
Stores PPW 5m 49ch 5m 54ch 9
Stourbridge also called Stambermill; crosses River Stour; built 1850; reported as listed, not found on Historic England register 190y OWW 142m 69ch 142m 77ch 9
Strangford [original] 95y GCT 135m 32ch 135m 37ch 5
Strangford [replacement] built 1947; part demolished 1965 95y GCT 135m 32ch 135m 37ch 4
Stratford also reported as 132y 73y SWM1 102m 32ch 102m 34ch 5
Stratton ≈45y WEY 158m 77ch 159m 03ch
Stream brick arches NBS 0m 33ch 3
Streethay under construction for HS2; main line ≈271m ≈184.858km ≈185.129km
Stroan crosses Hensol Burn; built 1860; grade B listed ≈83y CJD 4
Strood HDR 31m 16ch 31m 19ch 3
Strood VIR 32m 32ch 32m 73ch 60
Stroud 145y STW 105m 04ch 105m 10ch 9
Stroud also called Merrywalks or Watts 132y SWM1 102m 15ch 102m 21ch 12
Stuart Street remaining structure truncated at 10 spans; brick noneon mineral branch to Stuart Street power station and Clayton Aniline company >10
Succoth built 1877; crosses Eas a' Ghaill; steel/timber OBN2 43m 54ch 43m 55ch? 6
Sudbury crosses River Dove ≈68m NSS 21m 15ch 21m 19ch
Sun Wharf NKL 5m 15ch 5m 17ch 10
Sun Wharf NKL 5m 18ch 5m 20ch 5
Surrey Canal Road XTD 4m 01ch 21
Surrey Lane Arches HST 1m 22ch
Sutherland Square HHH 2m 11ch 2m 14ch 4
Sutherland Street HHH 2m 08ch 2m 11ch 5
Sutton Street XTD 0m 34ch 6
Swainsley crosses River Derwent; steel; original wooden structure had 6 spans, now replaced ≈71m SPC8 134m 57ch 134m 61ch
Swaithe SHB 171m 56ch 171m 67ch 10
Swale see Kingsferry
Swansea Victoria 409y SWN 11m 66ch 12m 05ch
Swanside crosses Ings Beck 101m DJH 24m 71ch 24m 75ch