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|Name:||COOMBE - Post Medieval railway viaduct|
Masonry piers of the original Cornwall Railway timber viaduct of 1859.
- Listed Building (II) 71459: RAILWAY VIADUCT AT SW 944511 INCLUDING FORMER VIADUCT PIERS TO SOUTH
- Primary Record No. (1985-2009): 169817
Masonry piers of the original Cornwall Railway timber viaduct of 1859. A Class A viaduct two miles (3 km) east of Grampound Road. 70 feet (21 m) high, 738 feet (225 m) long on 11 piers; replaced by a new stone viaduct on 11 July 1886 (b2).
Wikipedia, Cornwall Railway Viaducts (Website). SCO20788.
<1> Woodfin, RJ, 1972, The Cornwall Railway, 58 (Bibliographic reference). SCO5068.
Sources / Further Reading
|---||SCO20788 - Website: Wikipedia. Cornwall Railway Viaducts. |
|||SCO5068 - Bibliographic reference: Woodfin, RJ. 1972. The Cornwall Railway. 58. |
Associated Finds: none recorded
Associated Events: none recorded
|165670||Part of: CORNWALL RAILWAY - Post Medieval railway (Monument)|
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