Calstock railway viaduct photographed from the Cotehele estate in Cornwall. The Calstock Viaduct is a railway viaduct over the River Tamar close to the village of Calstock on the Cornish side of the river. The bridge was completed in March 1908 as part of the Plymouth, Devonport and South West Junction Railway, which had bought the East Cornwall Mineral Railway in 1894. The viaduct is still in use as part of the Plymouth to Gunnislake branch line which passes through the western edge of the city before travelling up the picturesque Tamar Valley, crossing from Devon to Cornwall at Calstock before terminating at Gunnislake.
October 16th, 2021
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