Dee Railway Viaduct

A seven-arch bridge which carries the railway at an angle over the River Dee a mile (1.5 km) south of Aberdeen Railway Station, the Dee Railway Viaduct was built in 1848 for the Caledonian Railway to designs by Messrs Locke & Errington. It comprises seven iron-girder arches, each about 15.2m (50 feet) in span, with two land arches at its northern end.

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