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Moy, Aultnaslanach Viaduct

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Framework abutting north embankment of viaduct
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Oblique view of trestle frames of viaduct
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Details of Structural frame of timber railway viaduct at Aultnaslanach, Moy
Signed and Dated "GDH 17/9/76"
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Details of Structural frame of timber railway viaduct at Aultnaslanach, Moy
Signed and Dated "GDH 17/9/76"
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Moy, Aultnaslanach Viaduct
View from NW
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View of trestle frames below viaduct
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Detail of joint between main prop and strut of trestle of Aultnaslanach viaduct which carries the Aviemore to Inverness railway line.  It was opened by the Highland Railway Company in 1897 and is the only surviving wooden main-line railway viaduct in Scotland.
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Detail of central bay of viaduct from North West
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Details of Structural frame of timber railway viaduct at Aultnaslanach, Moy
Signed and Dated "GDH 17/9/76"
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Details of Structural frame of timber railway viaduct at Aultnaslanach, Moy
Signed and Dated "GDH 17/9/76"
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West elevation and plan of main structural components
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Moy, Aultnaslanach Viaduct
View from W showing central bay
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Oblique aerial view.
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View of viaduct from North West
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View from north-west; half-elevation; section through centre-bay
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View from north-west; half-elevation; section through centre-bay
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Details of Structural frame of timber railway viaduct at Aultnaslanach, Moy
Signed and Dated "GDH 17/9/76"
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West elevation and plan of main structural components
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Oblique aerial view.
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General view of viaduct
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Detail of longitudinal bracing of viaduct
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Detail of joints between main prop of trestle of viaduct and shore
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View from north-west; half-elevation; section through centre-bay
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Oblique aerial view.
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