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near Sedbergh, Cumbria
Also known as the Lune Viaduct, it carried a now-disused railway line between Clapham Junction (on the Leeds - Morecambe line) and Lowgill. 530 ft long.
The viaduct incorporates an elegant cast iron arch bridge, standing 100 ft above the River Lune. The bridge. There is a skew bridge with very similar arches on the same route - Rawthey Bridge, Sedbergh.