Another in my World from Above series. Captured on a Loganair flight from Inverness to Edinburgh.
The Clava or Nairn Viaduct is a Category A building Nr. 1709 listed by Historic Scotland, also known as the Culloden Moor Viaduct. Built in the 1890s by Sir John Fowler and Murdoch Paterson it opened in 1898 and is still in use for passenger railway traffic. The 28-span masonry viaduct is the longest of its type in Scotland – is 1800ft (549m) long and 128ft (39m) high. It is built on a curve over the River Nairn on the main Perth – Inverness railway line.
Nikon D200. Sigma 18-200mm. 55mm, 1/100s, f/8. Captured in RAW. Tonal correction, sharpening, neutral grad filter, etc. in CS4 with NikColorEfex.
Location: Clava, Parish of Croy and Dalcross (Inverness), Highland Region, Scotland.