CJ's Journal

By CeeJ

Moy Viaduct

Moy Viaduct was constructed in 1887 and is "the last remaining timber bridge on a main line railway in Scotland" (from the adjacent information board). However it was strengthened in 2003 by the addition of new structure within the framework of the original bridge. I suspect most of the train loading is now taken by the new structure. It is well done though, and good to preserve an old timber bridge. 

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