Framed Art Print
Railway Viaduct Over River Orchyby Bel Menpes
ABOUT THE ART
Beautiful reflectionns of mountains and railway viaduct over River Orchy. It is also known as Loch Awe Railway Bridge. The bridge comprises seven girder spans on masonry piers, and is the longest on the route of the former Callander and Oban Railway. It was built in 1878, the contractors being W and T Adams. It carries the line across the River Orchy near its outflow into Loch Awe.
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