The Avon Viaduct crosses the River Avon just outside Linlithgow Bridge, West Lothian Scotland.
Linlithgow Bridge is dominated by this Viaduct which was constructed in 1840 to carry the main Edinburgh to Glasgow railway line across the valley of the River Avon to Linlithgow, which it still does today.
The viaduct has 23 arches, a maximum height of 85 ft and is almost 900 feet long.
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