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Tarf Bridge

The Tarf Bridge is a rather modest former railway viaduct which crosses the Tarf Water between the parishes of Old Luce and Kirkcowan in Dumfries and Galloway, 2½ miles (4 km) west southwest of the village of Kirkcowan. This low two-arch masonry and brick structure, with long approach embankments, once carried the single-track Portpatrick Railway and was built 1857-61. The line closed in 1965.


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