Craigmore Viaduct 

by shylands
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The Craigmore Viaduct is a railway bridge near Bessbrook, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, locally known as the 18 Arches. \r\n\r\nIt opened in 1852. It spans the valley of Camlough River. The viaduct consists of 18 arches of 60 ft span, the highest being 126ft, making Craigmore the highest viaduct in Ireland

 

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Country: United Kingdom Sunsets
State/Region: County Down Sunsets
City: Newry Sunsets
About This Photo:
Steven Hylands
Photo Name: Craigmore Viaduct
Country: United Kingdom
State/Region: County Down
City: Newry
Camera: Canon 600D
 

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Steven Hylands
Country: UK
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