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Detail of central bay of viaduct from North West

A 57621

Description Detail of central bay of viaduct from North West

Date 1986

Catalogue Number A 57621

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies SC 361992

Scope and Content Aultnaslanach Railway Viaduct, Inverness-shire Aultnaslanach Railway Viaduct carries the Aviemore to Inverness railway line which was opened by the Highland Railway Company in 1897. It is the only surviving wooden main-line railway viaduct in Scotland. The viaduct is built from heavy pitch-pine baulks with iron-clad joints. The upright posts are driven into the ground as piles and joined by runners, beam-stiffeners and, at the head, transverse beams. The deck is made of corrugated iron. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

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