Lartington Aqueduct (Lartington)
Lartington railway aqueduct top view looking west. March 2001
Lartington railway aqueduct view south along railway line. March 2001
Lartington railway aqueduct, west abutment. March 2001
This large aqueduct was built in 1863 to carry the Lartington Beck over a railway cutting through which the South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway ran. The line ran from Barnard Castle over Stainmore to Tebay.
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