Ribblehead Viadict is probably the most famous of the many feats of Victorian engineering along the stunning Settle to Carlisle railway line. Its iconic location in the middle of the Three Peaks makes it one of Yorkshire’s most popular photo stop with it’s visitors. Here are our some of our favourite photos from recent visitors...
The viaduct was built in 1870 with up to 1000 navvies working on the construction site building the 400 m long viaduct with 24 arches spanning across Batty Moss. The building of the viaduct is also the inspiration behind the recent TV drama Jericho.
Only an hours drive from Richmond, North Yorkshire and a great day out for the whole family with an impressive walk around the famous landmark and the popular Station Inn to enjoy a local ale after a day exploring.
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