NS3836 : Laigh Milton Viaduct

near to Gatehead, East Ayrshire, Great Britain

Laigh Milton Viaduct
Laigh Milton Viaduct
The world's oldest surviving public railway viaduct, this originally carried the line from Kilmarnock to Troon before the track was relocated to a new viaduct further south (barely visible in the background). Saved from collapse and preserved in the mid-nineties. Two swans sit at the bottom of the centre support, but dozens of empty bottles at the river side spoil this otherwise scenic area between Gatehead and Springside.
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Saturday, 11 February, 2006   (more nearby)
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