Allt na Slanaich Viaduct, Moy, repairs

Date: 27/10/2002

The Highland Main Line will be closed between Inverness and Aviemore throughout the week commencing 27 October while Railtrack build a modern structure within the timber Allt na Slanaich Viaduct, just north of Moy, which will eliminate the speed restriction there. The bridge will be retained as a timber viaduct.

The viaduct is the last remaining timber viaduct on the railway network.

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