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Driving down towards Ingleton the viaduct came into view just before dusk on a misty day which gave it a very mystical appearance. We have been hear several times, walked under it, ridden over it and is still an amazing piece of railway architecture. Certainly...More
A fantastic set of curved arches which carries the railway though Yorkshire to Cumbria.
The viaduct has been very well preserved and still in use though mainly for freight.
A beautiful part of the country with lovely views all around the area.
Well worth a...More
We came across this on the 3 peaks trail and it was so impressive, definitely worth driving or walking to see. Sadly we didn't get to see a train go across it. Nothing else there just a small parking area at the side of the...More
What wow a sight to behold! I never tire of rounding the corner and feasting my eyes on this magnificent structure. Well worth a visit, plenty of parking nearby, no need to park by the viaduct spoiling everyone’s pictures.
I've only briefly parked/driven through this area, but it's enough to get a bit of a bug for the area. It's just so beautiful. It's the kind of place where you really don't need anything to do, the surroundings and atmosphere are all you need....More
Seeing the Flying Scotsman steaming across the Ribbleshead Viaduct is a fabulous experience. It should be on everybodys bucket list.
Even in the mist (perhaps because of it), its a great place to go. A wonderful feat of engineering. I have seen it many times...More
We went in the mid-to-late afternoon so there were plenty of car parks by the roadside. A coffee van was also parked there and doing a good trade. The walk to the viaduct is easy and it is good to get up close to this...More