(Spring Gardens) Bridge Street, Buxton - Hogshaw Lane Viaduct - The Railway
On Bridge Street in Buxton, at the end of Spring Gardens, you can see the Hogshaw Lane Viaduct.
The Hogshaw Lane Viaduct.
Grade II listed.
SK07SE SPRING GARDENS
616-1/2/1 Hogshaw Lane Viaduct
Railway viaduct. c1890. Built for the Midland Railway Co.
Snecked millstone grit and coursed limestone rubble, with
dressed stone quoins, keystones and coping. Red brick interior
East face: 16 arches of varying span with irregular piers; the
arch over Spring Gardens is skewed. The arches have rusticated
voussoirs and keystones, with above a raised band and a plain
coped parapet of diminishing courses. Reputedly 320m long.
This viaduct carries the railway across the Wye valley, as
part of the Chinley to Ashbourne line.
Listing NGR: SK0629973548
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Source: English Heritage
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Pub under the viaduct called The Railway. A Greene King pub.