Falling Sands Viaduct

I was out and about around the Falling Sands Viaduct yesterday. The viaduct carries the Severn Valley Heritage Railway, and bridges both the River Stour and the Worcester and Staffordshire canal at the northern end of Wilden Marsh. Here are a few photos of this historic structure, dating from1877 and rising 64 feet above the river and canal; it is now in the process of refurbishment:

7 Comments on “Falling Sands Viaduct

  1. And what a lovely looking day with lovely reflections in the water! That is a very interesting structure and neat to see the boat through the arch.


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