Annan Viaduct

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Annan Viaduct (1848-)

Opened on the Glasgow, Dumfries and Carlisle Railway.


This double track masonry viaduct over the River Annan is west of Annan station. The Port Street Viaduct is immediately east between the viaduct and station.

The viaduct is also known as the River Annan Viaduct. It crosses the river on five arches. It is 348 ft long, 40 ft high.

Engineers: Thomas Grainger and John Miller.

Directly upstream is a footbridge over the river.


Viaduct River Annan


Listing: B


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