Whalley Viaduct - Lancashire

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Known locally as "Whalley Arches", Whalley Viaduct is a 48-span railway bridge crossing the River Calder. It is a listed structure.

It was built between 1846 and 1850 under the engineering supervision of Terrence Wolfe Flanagan. It is still in use today.

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