Riddings Viaduct

A disused railway viaduct that crosses the Liddel Water, which forms the border between England and Scotland, the Riddings Viaduct lies a mile (1.6 km) south of Rowanburn and 1¼ miles (2 km) east southeast of Canonbie. It was built 1862-64 on a branch of the Border Union Railway and closed with the line in 1967. It was A-listed in 1971 in Scotland but is also listed by English authorities.

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