Conisbrough Via duct and surrounding area

Opened in 1909 with 21 arches, and 1,527 feet long, Conisbrough Viaduct formed part of a connection between the Hull & Barnsley Railway and the Great Northern and Great Eastern Railways.

Built by Henry Lovat Ltd with 15 million bricks, and a lattice iron section in the centre, the viaduct carries the tracks over the river Don at a height of 116 feet. Cadeby quarry and Doncaster in the distance.


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