Calstock Viaduct, River Tamar

ChelseaBlue

Eastbourne, United Kingdom

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Calstock village is dominated by the railway’s viaduct, which was first crossed by truck on 8th August 1907 and first used by passengers on 2nd March 1908. Calstock is a village and parish in south east Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, on the border with Devon. It is situated on the River Tamar six miles south west of Tavistock and ten miles (16 km) north of Plymouth. The parish has a population of 6,095 and lies on the scenic Tamar Valley railway, whilst overlooked by Cotehele house and gardens.

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  • Paul Rhodes
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