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Stamford Bridge Viaduct

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near Market Weighton, Yorkshire

A sixteen span railway viaduct, with a cast iron arch span across the River Derwent. Designed by John Cass Birkinshaw. The castings were produced by Gilkes, Wilson and Co.[1]

Drawing of cast iron bridge here.

1847 Opened

1965 Closed

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Wikipedia: York–Beverley line