Railway viaducts

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Last update 22 May 2024

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Name Notes Length ELR Start mileage End mileage Spans
Tadcaster crosses River Wharfe; grade II listed ≈153m INM 11
Taff see Red Bridge
Taff MEZ 0m 13ch
Taff River also called Afon Taff 122y SWM2 170m 38ch 170m 42ch
Taffs Well see River Taff
Tame GBN 0m 44chofficial mileage 0m 44ch, actual approximately 0m 8ch 4
Tame HAJ 5m 20ch 3?
Tame also called Park Parade; western structure; stone and brick; built ≈1845; grade II listed 44y SAJ 0m 51ch 0m 53ch 3
Tame see Reddish
Tamerton 117y DAC 224m 76ch 225m 01ch 7
Tamworth crosser River Anker; enlarged with additional span on south (northbound) side ≈45m LEC2 109m 70ch 4?
Tamworth see Kettlebrook
Tanner Street LBC 0m 38ch 0m 45ch 22
Tanner Street LBW 0m 38ch 0m 45ch 15
Tanner Street XTD 2m 22ch 2m 28ch
Tarras opened 1864; demolished 1967 ≈288m RLB ≈4m 51ch 12
Tavistock 150y DAC 213m 54ch 213m 61ch 8
Tavy 8 iron and 7 stone spans; also listed as 17 spans 497y DAC 224m 15ch 224m 38ch 15
Taw River see Umberleigh River
Tawe MSV 5m 23ch
Tay [1] built 1849, replaced by Tay [2] in 1862 444y SCM5 ≈20m 04ch ≈20m 24ch 25
Tay [2] built 1862; girders over River Tay with brick arches on central island 396m SCM5 20m 04ch 20m 24ch 22
Tay Bridge [1] opened 1878; collapsed 28 December 1879 ≈3,500y ECN2 85
Tay Bridge [2] 2m 364y ECN2 56m 37ch 58m 55ch 84
Tees see Forcett
Tees opened 1861; demolished 1971 244y DNT? 5
Tees Bridge [north side] built 1882, replaced 2008One Tees Bridge reported as built in 1906; it is unclear which if either ≈108m DSN2 11m 21ch 11m 26ch 3
Tees Bridge [south side] built 1844, now disusedOne Tees Bridge reported as built in 1906; it is unclear which if either ≈97m DSN2 11m 21ch 11m 26ch 5
Temple End see Hughenden Road
Tenby see Greenhill
Teviot also called Roxburgh; grade A listed ≈208m KLO ≈49m 36ch ≈49m 46ch 14
Thames Bridge see Windsor
Thames Street And River Thames RDG1 19m 33ch 9
Thame Valley under construction for HS2; main line ≈968m ≈64.373km ≈65.341km 36
Tharston crosses River Tas; concrete ≈35m LTN1 105m 60ch
The Arches see Colwyn
Theobalds Grove Station brick HDT 13m 41ch 18
Thorndell ≈54m TBH1 52m 74ch 6
Three Arch rebuilt 2010; three arches (infilled) and one span; steel and concrete CHW2 17m 56ch 4
Three Arches 33y AAM 2m 14ch 2m 16ch 3
Throsk also called Alloa; crosses River Forth ALL 4m 14ch 4m 42ch
Thurrock built 2003; also quoted as 1.024km, 30.550km-31.574km 1.047km TRL3 30.549km 31.596km 23
Thurston Road NTL 7m 42ch 7m 49ch 14
Tickhill built 1928 ≈74m HAC 11m 69ch 11m 72ch 4
Tiddy see St Germans
Tilt crosses River Tilt; iron/timber; grade B listed ≈49m HGL2 34m 72ch 34m 74ch 7
Timber Lane 37y SVB 134m 18ch 3
Timberley built 1863 168m TBH1 53m 40ch 9
Tintern River Bridge 69y WYE 4m 32ch
Tinworth Street BML1 1m 04ch 1m 08ch 7
Tinworth Street RDG1 1m 04ch 1m 08ch 7
Tiverton Street HHH 1m 27ch 1m 31ch 6
Toddington also called Stanway 211y HCL 8m 66ch 8m 76ch 15
Todmorden MVN2 19m 20ch 19m 27ch
Tolney Lane NOB1 16m 39ch
Tomatin built 1897; brick/stone; crosses old A9 road; grade B listed HGL2 98m 39ch 98m 44ch 9
Tonge also called Astley Bridge 705m BBB 11m 30ch 11m 64ch 73
Tong Park crosses Gill Beck GUE2 1m 55ch 1m 65ch 10?
Tongwynlais CRY 3m 28ch
Tonteg 60y LTR 4m 75ch
Tooley Street XTD 1m 64ch 10
Topley Stone Bridge CNB3 161m 32ch
Torksey 275m TYB3 18
Torrington crosses River Torridge THJ 0m 31ch
Town Quay wrought iron ≈57m VIR 33m 14ch 6
Traeth Bach [1] also called Briwet Bridge; crosses Afon Dwyryd; replaced by Traeth Back [2] in 2013 148y DJP 115m 76ch 116m 05ch 22
Traeth Bach [2] also called Briwet Bridge; crosses Afon Dwyryd; built 2013 136m DJP 115m 76ch 116m 05ch
Traeth Mawr see Traeth River
Traeth River also called Traeth Mawr; timber 106y DJP 118m 37ch 118m 43ch 16
Tramway BWB 3m 76ch
Tredegar see St Fagans
Treffry built 1842 223y 10
Treforest see River Ely
Tregargle 94y MLN3 297m 07ch 297m 11ch 3
Tregarne 182y MLN3 296m 52ch 296m 60ch 7
Trehafod CTD 16m 39ch
Treharris 69y VON 14m 39ch 14m 42ch
Treherbert 101y RSB 0m 10ch 0m 15ch
Trenance concrete arches; grade II listed 154y NEW 302m 20ch 302m 27ch 9
Trent main lines; crosses River Trent; steel SPC6 118m 77ch 119m 08ch
Trent goods lines; crosses River Trent; brick SPC6 118m 77ch 119m 08ch
Trent and Mersey Canal East under construction for HS2; main line down line ≈64m ≈187.983km ≈188.047km
Trent and Mersey Canal East under construction for HS2; main line up line ≈65m ≈187.970km ≈188.035km
Trent and Mersey Canal North under construction for HS2; main line ≈90m ≈187.994km ≈188.084km
Trent and Mersey Canal West under construction for HS2; main line down line ≈109m ≈188.580km ≈188.689km
Trent and Mersey Canal West under construction for HS2; main line up line ≈110m ≈188.595km ≈188.705km
Trent Fields built 1959 ≈380m CCB1 0m 00ch 0m 19ch 36
Tre'r Ddol timber; crosses River Clettwr SBA2 83m 31ch 7
Tresulgan 160y MLN3 260m 71ch 260m 79ch 6
Treveris Street HHH 0m 57ch 0m 60ch 4
Treviddo 140y MLN3 262m 48ch 262m 55ch 5
Trewyn Sands crosses Afon Crigyll; concrete ≈37m CNH3 256m 18ch 256m 20ch 5
Trowse crosses River Wensum; swing portion 26m long; replaced earlier double track structure immediately to east ≈56m LTN2 123m 37ch 4
Trundleys Road XTD 4m 12ch 7
Truro crosses Truro River grade II listed 443y MLN3 300m 09ch 300m 29ch 18
Tucking Mill 95y SAD 3m 19ch 3m 23ch 8
Tulketh also called Maudland; 10 brick arches and 1 metal girder bridge ≈209m PBN 0m 74ch 1m 03ch 11
Tulloch built 1894; crosses River Spean; steel/timber ≈60m WHL 81m 40ch 81m 43ch 3
Tunstall Road ATL 5m 37ch 5m 40ch 5
Turkey Mill opened 1884; roofed-over until 1970s ≈236m SBJ 40m 73ch 41m 04ch 21
Turner Lane see Folds Road
Turweston under construction for HS2; main line up line ≈85m ≈95.567km ≈95.652km
Tutt Hill 127m TRL3 83.732km 83.859km
Twemlow see Holmes Chapel
Twerton formed from Twerton East and Twerton West; grade II listed 638y MLN1 108m 29ch 108m 58ch 25
Twerton 1 metal span with 2 intermediate supports connected to 8 brick arches SAD 0m 14ch 11
Twerton East see also Twerton MLN1 108m 29ch 108m 50ch
Twerton West see also Twerton MLN1 108m 50ch 108m 58ch
Twyford ≈243m MLN1 31m 18ch 7
Twyford under construction for HS2; main line; crosses Padbury Brook ≈57m ≈82.249km ≈82.306km
Tymawr see Glamorganshire Canal
Tynycaeau crosses SWM2 91y CTD 5m 11ch 5m 15ch
Ulverston Canal also called North Lonsdale Road 84y CBC1 18m 39ch 18m 43ch 6
Umberleigh River also called Taw River 70y NDN 204m 65ch 204m 68ch 5
Union Flag BML1 0m 41ch 0m 48ch 15
Union Flag RDG1 0m 41ch 0m 48ch 15
Union Mill also called Batley; built 1848 ≈180m MDL1 ≈34m 73ch 16
Union Street built 1896 XTD 1m 08ch 38
Unstone brick/stone; crosses River Drone ≈120m TJC1 149m 69ch 149m 75ch 8
Upford also called Hackford; semicircular brick arches 269y SWB 109m 52ch 109m 64ch 11
Up High Level up line only; rebuilt 1979; crosses LEC1; steel BOK3 5m 36ch 5m 47ch
Uppermill see Saddleworth
Upton crosses Holes Bay 43m BML2 115m 20ch 115m 22ch 3
Vale ≈93m VTB3 39m 59ch 39m 73ch 8
Vale Royal crosses River Weaver ≈165m CGJ1 168m 66ch 168m 73ch 7
Valley LJT2 21m 02ch
Vauxhall Station BML1 1m 28ch 1m 34ch 13
Vauxhall Station RDG1 1m 28ch 1m 34ch 13
Velindre 33y RSB 13m 31ch 13m 33ch
Venn Cross also called Waterrow 159y BLE 175m 76ch 176m 04ch 4
Viaduct built 1840 BGK 2m 79ch
Viaduct crosses SDC ≈62m CJC 4m 59ch 7
Viaduct CLB 16m 20ch
Viaduct crosses Kirkintilloch Basin Branch (BEL or MAK?), canal feeder and public road CME 6m 57ch 6m 59ch
Viaduct CMP2 187m 59ch 187m 62ch 6
Viaduct crosses River Medlock CMP2 187m 63ch 188m 70ch 184
Viaduct COL 189m 28ch 1
Viaduct ≈44y DPJ 4m 63ch 4m 65ch
Viaduct ECM1 0m 47ch 7
Viaduct built 1850 ECM1 0m 53ch 55
Viaduct ECM1 2m 40ch
Viaduct ECM1 83m 36ch
Viaduct ECM7 0m 33ch 10
Viaduct ECM7 0m 41ch
Viaduct built 1904 LEN3 PLG2 101m 19ch ?
Viaduct MOR 0m 22ch
Viaduct 57y MSV 4m 75ch 4m 78ch
Viaduct MVE1 0m 09ch 0m71ch ≥63
Viaduct ≈605y MVM 0m 08ch 0m 35ch 52
Viaduct MVN1 0m 09ch 0m 23ch 22
Viaduct MVN2 10m 47ch
Viaduct ORG 0m 36ch
Viaduct PJW 1m 47ch 1m 59ch
Viaduct PPA2 0m 41ch
Viaduct PPA2 0m 46ch
Viaduct RTS 14m 03ch 6
Viaduct crosses Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal ≈68y SAS 2m 16ch 2m 19ch 4
Viaduct crosses DBP3; brick; replaced 2022 SAS 2m 03ch 2m 09ch 9
Viaduct crosses DBP3; steel; built 2022 92m SAS 2m 03ch 2m 09ch ?
Viaduct SDJ2 16m 75ch 17m 15ch 12
Viaduct crosses River Taff YNZ 24m 25ch
Viaduct 5 see Pendleton
Viaduct A TAI 1m 21ch
Viaduct No 1 crosses flood plain BML2 92m 07ch
Viaduct No 2 crosses stream BML2 92m 10ch
Viaduct No 3 crosses River Lymington BML2 92m 13ch 92m 14ch
Viaduct No 19A MCJ1 202m 78ch 5
Viaduct No 20A MCJ1 203m 01ch 4
Viaduct No 21A MCJ1 203m 05ch 4
Viaduct Road also called Busby; crosses White Cart Water EKE 3m 17ch 3m 23ch 7
Victoria FEP 15m 25ch 15m 37ch
Victoria part of Wicker
Victoria Bridge cast iron 67y SVB 1
Victor Street see Ellis Street
Village 18y SBA2 58m 42ch
Villiers Street XTD 0m 01ch 6
Vineyard Close see Catford
Voltaire Road brick ATL 6m 15ch 6m 17ch 5
Voltaire Road VIR 2m 29ch 2m 32ch 4
Wakefield built 1865; various parts brick, steel DOL1 174m 58ch 175m 32ch 88
Wakefield built 1856; date typo in source data c.f. row above?; various parts brick, steel DOL2 175m 36ch 175m 68ch 43
Walkham 368y LAN2 10m 13ch 10m 30ch 15
Walkham [original] 367y? LAN2 10m 13ch 10m 30ch 17
Wallabrook also called Wilminstone; crosses River Wallabrook 134y DAC 212m 60ch 212m 66ch 7
Wallington crosses River Wallington; built 1848; brick; grade II listed 242y SDP2 85m 32ch 85m 43ch 18
Walnut Tree 7 girders and 2 arches; demolished 1969 519y PRS 9m 46ch 9m 69ch 9
Walthamstow Queens's Road To Woodgrange Park Arches brick/concrete TAH2 8m 50ch 11m 45ch 395
Walton crosses River Mersey; concrete and brick ≈135m CHW2 17m 15ch 17m 23ch 10
Walworth Road Station built 1862 HHH 2m 14ch 2m 17ch 8
Wandsworth Town RDG1 4m 70ch 5m 02ch 19
Wanless Road ATL 4m 58ch 4m 63ch 12
Wanless Road CAT 3m 61ch 3m 66ch 12
Wardsend also called Five Aches or Herries Road ≈60m MAC3 38m 77ch 5
Wargrave crosses River Thames ≈120m HEN 33m 01ch 3
Warrington ≈401m MAJ 18m 07ch 18m 27ch 23
Watercourse sold 1987 NMH 14m 18ch 14m 20ch
Watercourse sold NMH 15m 12ch 15m 14ch
Watercourse And Occupation crosses Keckwick Brook 52m CHW1 13m 74ch 13m 76ch 5
Waterfall see Slapewath
Waterloo BML1 0m 00ch 0m 22ch 64
Waterloo RDG1 0m 00ch 0m 22ch 64
Water Of Coyle crosses Water Of Coyle HBE 3m 14ch 3m 17ch 5
Water Of Leith see Slateford
Water Orton No 1 under construction for HS2; north chord up line ≈1.492km ≈1.320km ≈2.812km
Water Orton No 2 under construction for HS2; north chord down line; crosses River Tame ≈192m ≈0.597km ≈0.789km
Water Orton No 3 under construction for HS2; north chord down line; crosses M42 ≈635m ≈1.017km ≈1.652km
Water Orton No 4 under construction for HS2; main line ≈65m ≈164.261km ≈164.326km
Water Orton No 5 under construction for HS2; Leeds spur up line ≈53m ≈1.168km ≈1.221km
Waterrow see Venn Cross
Waterside crosses Luggie Water; stone ≈39m EGM1 8m 23ch 8m 26ch 3
Waterworks Approach Road WPH2 38m 38ch
Watling Street steel with concrete deck ≈46m LEC1 47m 54ch 1
Watts see Stroud
Waukmill Glen Reservoir ≈222m NNH 105m 48ch 105m 59ch 14
Wavertree ≈135m WJL3 191m 11ch 191m 17ch 9
Weaver see Frodsham
Weedon Bec see Church Street
Weightmans crosses River Trent ≈88m NOB1 15m 04ch 15m 06ch 8?
Weirmarsh cosses River Taw 62y NDN 202m 34ch 202m 37ch 5
Weldon see Wilden
Welland Valley see Harringworth
Wellingborough (New) slow lines; crosses River Ise; concrete ≈154m SPC2 64m 52ch 64m 57ch 15
Wellingborough (Old) fast lines; crosses River Ise; iron ≈154m SPC2 64m 51ch 64m 57ch 15
Wellington Street North built 1850 LEN3 101m 27ch 6
Wellington Street South crosses River Aire and Leeds & Liverpool Canal; grade II listed ≈300m 15?
Wellow 51y SAD 5m 71ch 5m 74ch 3
Welsh Harp also called Brent; crosses River Brent; brick ≈213m SPC1 6m 21ch 6m 31ch 19
Welwyn also called Digswell; opened 6 August 1850 513y ECM1 21m 37ch 21m 60ch 40
Wendover Dean under construction for HS2; main line ≈450m ≈50.500km ≈51.000km 10
Wenning also called Clapham; iron ≈111m SKW1 241m 70ch 241m 75ch 8
Went crosses River Went; built 1875 ≈124m SMJ2 7m 54ch 7m 60ch 6
Westbury under construction for HS2; main line ≈300m ≈92.551km ≈92.851km
Westdown Road CAT 8m 00ch 8m 01ch 3
Westfield crosses River Avon; stone; opened 1855; grade B listed 222y BKN 16
West Gate see Harlaxton Road
West Hampstead 235y MCJ1 203m 24ch 203m 34ch
West Largin 65y MLN3 270m 21ch 270m 24ch 3
West Lune crosses River Lune; stone/brick ≈141m SJC 7m 30ch 7m 35ch 7
West Meon 62' high ≈83m MEL ≈61m 37ch ≈61m 41ch 4
West Norwood ≈135m BBJ 7m 05ch 7m 09ch 10
Weston crosses River Weaver ≈423m CHW1 10m 36ch ≈10m 57ch 25
Weston Mill 376y MLN2 249m 46ch 249m 63ch 10
West River And Flood Opening built 1904; crosses River Great Ouse; steel ≈58m BGK 67m 22ch
West Wine Cellar BML1 0m 18ch
West Wine Cellar RDG1 0m 18ch
Westwood 85y MLN3 269m 12ch 269m 16ch 4
Wetheral also called Corby Bridge; crosses River Eden; built 1834 ≈170m NEC2 55m 64ch 55m 72ch 5
Whalley built 1850 ≈605m DJH 17m 27ch 17m 58ch 48
Wharncliffe brick; grade I listed; 10 spans? 297y MLN1 7m 42ch 7m 54ch 8
Whatlington A crosses River Line TTH 53m 62ch
Wheatley crosses River Thame THA 12m 06ch
Wheatley's Bridge crosses River Calder; built 1840; 5 spans with a road bridge attached ≈116m MVN2 39m 01ch 39m 07ch 6
White Lion BML1 1m 19ch 1m 23ch 8
White Lion RDG1 1m 19ch 1m 23ch 8
Whites Ground LBC 0m 19ch 0m 20ch 2
Whites Ground LBW 0m 19ch 0m 20ch 2
Whitgift BML1 0m 68ch 0m 73ch 9
Whitgift RDG1 0m 68ch 0m 73ch 9
Whitley crosses River Calder and A646 ≈124m MVN2 22m 55ch 4
Whitting Moor Road also called Sheffield Road; built 1929 replacing earlier structure; crosses River Whitting and B6057 road (bridge plate refers to A6057) ≈63m TJC1 148m 45ch 6
Wichnor BJW3 22m 65ch 22m 78ch
Wichnor DBP1 16m 58ch 16m 79ch
Wicker built 1848; carried Sheffield Victoria station over River Don; formed main Wicker Arch, 2 footway arches, 12 arches to north west and 27 arches to south east most carrying Victoria station 660y MAC3 41m 12ch 41m 39ch 42
Wilden see Wildon
Wilden also called Weldon; crosses River Stour; built 1860 73y SVB 134m 07ch 5
Wildon also called Wilden MTA 4m 10ch 4
Willington also called Howdon; opened 1839 349y TMB 7
Willoughby crosses River Leam ≈193m MCJ3 ≈138m 07ch ≈138m 17ch 13
Willow Vale 37y FNS2 0m 30ch
Wilminstone see Wallabrook
Wilmslow ≈260m STY 0m 26ch 0m 35ch 9?
Wilmslow Old brick arches 192m CMP1 176m 79ch 177m 09ch 9
Winchester see Rochester Street
Wincobank also called Meadowhall Road; built 1991; crosses A6109 road; steel/concrete ≈31m TJC2 162m 00ch 162m 02ch 2
Windsor includes Thames Bridge WIN 20m 55ch-20m 58ch; built 1849; grade II* listed 1m 290y WIN 20m 06ch 21m 18ch 285?
Windsor Line PBE 12m 53ch 12m 60ch 12
Wing crosses River Charter; brick ≈59m GSM1 89m 65ch 89m 68ch
Winterbourne also called Bradley; segmental brick arches 139y SWB 110m 36ch 110m 42ch 5
Winstanley Road see Banana
Withy Brook ≈56y LEC2 90m 33ch 90m 36ch
Wivelscombe built 1859, demolished after 19 May 1908 when line diverted; crosses Wivelscombe Lake ≈60m SGZ 253m 44ch 5?
Woldingham ≈78m SCU1 16m 45ch
Wolverhampton ≈142y RBS2 12m 36ch 12m 42ch
Wolverton also called Haversham; brick arches ≈207m LEC1 52m 72ch 53m 01ch 14
Woodbank original built 1880, second identical structure attached on line doubling; blown up 30 April 1967 192y BCL 102m 57ch 12
Woodhall Farm built 1859 ECM1 18m 73ch
Woodhouse originally part of River Rother, ≈195m long with 14 arches MAC3 47m 15ch 47m 20ch 7
Woodhouse crosses CHR; built 1849 60m MAC3 47m 22ch 6
Woodhouselee also called Firth; crosses River North Esk HPK 13m 32ch 13m 38ch
Woodmill Street also called Dunfermline ≈167m CWH1 16m 54ch 16m 60ch 16
Wood Street Station platform supporting arches; brick CJC 7m 03ch 29
Woolston crosses River Neet; built 1898 ≈97m MJB 225m 29ch 5
Wootton Street XTD 0m 56ch 16
Worcester includes River Severn Bridge 935y WAH 121m 10ch 121m 52ch 64
Workington see Halfpenny Billies
Workshop PBE 7m 39ch 7m 46ch 9
Worleston crosses River Weaver; brick arches CNH1 161m 05ch 161m 12ch
Wressle River Bridge crosses River Derwent HUL1 25m 15ch 25m 20ch 3?
Wrotham Road 83m TRL3 40.944km 41.027km
Wroxham crosses River Bure; wrought iron WHC1 8m 50ch 8m 55ch
Wye Road ACR 60m 27ch
Wyre crosses River Wyre; brick ≈74m CGJ6 13m 00ch 13m 03ch 6
Yarm crosses River Tees; also quoted as 612y (560m) long (excluding river crossing); brick and stone; grade II listed 633m LEN3 55m 32ch 55m 63ch 43
Yarnbrook Bridge two spans filled in ≈56m WEY 107m 56ch 5
Yarrow ≈104m MVE2 21m 25ch 21m 29ch 5
Ynisdavid SWJ 2m 25ch
Ynisdawley also called Ynysdawley 51y NAB 8m 23ch 8m 25ch
Ynysdawley see Ynisdawley
Ynysforgan see Morriston
Ynystawe crosses River Tawe SDI2 2m 72ch 4
Yorkhill ≈128m NEM3 2m 53ch 2m 59ch 7
unknown CNH3 221m 04ch 221m 08ch
unknown crosses TCC DEX 19
unknown crosses DCL 81y SKN 41m 68ch 41m 72ch
unknown crosses Grand Union Canal 44y SKN 41m 72ch 41m 74ch