Tavistock Viaduct Walk Railway Cutting, Bridge 2
N 50° 33.038 W 004° 08.951
30U E 418586 N 5600486
Quick Description: This waymark is for one of the Bridges in the massive Railway Cutting at Tavistock.
Location: United Kingdom
Date Posted: 12/23/2007 10:52:51 PM
Waymark Code: WM2V5A
This bridge is the second of 4 bridges from the viaduct end of the cutting.
Tavistock Viaduct Walk leads through Watts Road Cutting, which was dug during the construction of the railway line between Lydford and Plymouth in 1887 – 1890. The cutting is 50 feet deep and half a mile long. The former track bed is now used as a walkway and cycle route and is a haven of quiet, natural beauty. It has been designated as a Local Nature Reserve and is carefully managed for all to enjoy.
Bridge Type: Arch
Bridge Usage: Highway
Moving Bridge: Not listed
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