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© Mr Michael Rockett

IoE Number: 232985
Location: WELLAND VIADUCT (THAT PART IN HARRINGWORTH CIVIL PARISH),
  HARRINGWORTH, EAST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Michael Rockett
Date Photographed: 25 July 2004
Date listed: 31 March 1988
Date of last amendment: 31 March 1988
Grade II

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HARRINGWORTHSP99NW, SP91973/118, 11/118Welland Viaduct (that part inHarringworth C.P.)

HARRINGWORTH SP99NW, SP9197 3/118, 11/118 Welland Viaduct (that part in Harringworth C.P.) GV II Railway viaduct over Welland Valley. 1874-79. Red and blue brickwork. 82 semi-circular arches with rectangular piers. Inner faces of piers have recessed panels. Low parapet wall with ashlar coping is modulated every third and ninth bay. Partially refaced in blue brick. Noted as one of the longest railway viaducts in Britain. (Buildings of England: Northamptonshire: p250)

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