800 yards along the GN&LNW Railway Line from Ingarsby Tunnel, sitting next to a deserted medieval village sits an abandoned Viaduct. Hidden from view, the over-engineered Victorian structure spans the smallest of brooks 60 feet below. Short history The viaduct was last used in the 60s before the Beeching cuts. At the end of its…… Continue reading Ingarsby Viaduct
The tunnel, originally built by the Great Northern Line, is 471 metres long. The tunnel first opened in 1882 and finally closed in 1964.