Arthington Viaduct, near Leeds, West Yorkshire, 2007.
© Richard Bosomworth / Science & Society
Photograph by Richard Bosomworth. The viaduct, also known as Wharfedale Viaduct, was built in the 1840s by James Bray for the Leeds and Thirsk Railway. It was engineered by Thomas Granger and was 1510 feet long, had 21 arches and required over 50,000 tons