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Posted on 21st July 2015 / 1107
Industry Type : Transport
Public or Private Site? : Public Access
Condition : Restored

Built between 1850 and 1899, it has 26 brick arches and is a beautiful dark industrial grey.

It holds a long sweeping curve right through the site of Abraham Darby’s Old Furnace.

It opened in 1864. Operated largely by the Great Western Railway Co, it formed part of a through route from Wellington, via Much Wenlock to Craven Arms.

Unless you’re in a hurry, pull in to the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, where you’ll find a warm welcome and easy parking!

Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, TF8 7DQ.

Coalbrookdale Viaduct

Built between 1850 and 1899, it has 26 brick arches and is a beautiful dark industrial grey.

It holds a long sweeping curve right through the site of Abraham Darby’s Old Furnace.

It opened in 1864. Operated largely by the Great Western Railway Co, it formed part of a through route from Wellington, via Much Wenlock to Craven Arms.

Unless you’re in a hurry, pull in to the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, where you’ll find a warm welcome and easy parking!

Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, TF8 7DQ.

Coalbrookdale Viaduct
Industry Type : Transport
Public or Private Site? : Public Access
Condition : Restored
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