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Ouse Valley (Balcombe) Viaduct sunset

This Victorian viaduct was built in 1841 to carry the London to Brighton railway. It spans the River Ouse near Haywards Heath and is 1475 ft long and 96 ft at the highest point.

It was built with 11 million bricks and dressed with balustrades and cappings made of Caen stone. It is now a Grade II listed building and still carries over 100 trains a day.

Copyright: Mike Anton
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 20/11/2014
Uploaded: 21/11/2014


Tags: railway; viaduct; historical heritage; sussex; bridge; brick; pole; trains; balcombe; victorian
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