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This viaduct, usually known as Welland Viaduct or Harringworth viaduct (but also mistakenly as Seaton Viaduct) is on the Oakham to Kettering line. Built for the Midland Railway by 1880 it is the longest masonry viaduct in the UK. It is 1,275 yd (1.166 km) long, with 82 40ft arches standing upto 60 ft (18m) high.

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [1w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [1w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [2w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [2w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [3w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [3w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [4w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [4w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [5w]

Welland Viaduct, Northamptonshire 77-06-03 � Paul Bartlett [5w]

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