The Wharncliffe Viaduct c.1934

The Wharncliffe Viaduct c.1934
3 5 c m
actual image size: 32cm x 27cm


A c.1934 view of the Wharncliffe Viaduct, designed by I K Brunel to carry the Great Western Railway across the Brent Valley at Hanwell in Middlesex. It was built in 15 months and completed in May 1837, one year before the line over it from London to Maidenhead, was opened on 4 June 1838.

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