Pinmore Viaduct

(Kinclaer Viaduct)

The Pinmore (or Kinclaer) Viaduct is a stately curved railway viaduct which crosses the A714 road twice, together with a tributary of the Water of Assel, a half-mile (1 km) south of Pinmore in South Ayrshire. This stone-built structure was completed in 1876 for the Girvan and Portpatrick Junction Railway and reaches a height of 24.4m (80 feet). Its eleven distinctive semicircular arches are formed of dressed stone. It was B-listed in 1971 and remains in use carrying the single-track of the Glasgow South Western Line between Girvan and Barrhill.

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