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Viaduct Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 52 pictures in our Viaduct collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Opening of the Leamington and Warwick Railway - Melbourne Grange Viaduct, 1844 Featured Print

Opening of the Leamington and Warwick Railway - Melbourne Grange Viaduct, 1844

Opening of the Leamington and Warwick Railway - Melbourne Grange Viaduct, 1844. The distinguishing feature of the line...is found in the undulatory character of its gradients. The entire length rises and falls like the surface of a gently rolling ocean...and these "ups and downs"...are so contrived that the impetus acquired in running down one incline is contrived exactly to compensate for the retardation of the succeeding ascent. An obvious example of this mode of construction occurs in the Melbourne valley...in the formation of a permanent way across it, it was held expedient to build, not a horizontal, but a curved viaduct, the lowest point being near the centre, a mode of procedure which has produced a great saving of material, and a considerable gain in the working speed. It is built of brick and stone and consists of seventeen elliptical arches, each thirty feet span'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Spire of St. Martins Ludgate Silhouetted Against The Bulk of St. Paul's, c1935 Featured Print

Spire of St. Martins Ludgate Silhouetted Against The Bulk of St. Paul's, c1935

Spire of St. Martin's Ludgate Silhouetted Against The Bulk of St. Paul's, c1935. Busy scene at Ludgate Circus in the City of London, with the King Lud pub on the left, a steam train crossing the viaduct, open-top buses, and church spires in the distance. From "Wonderful London, Volume 1", edited by Arthur St John Adcock. [The Fleetway House, London, c1935]

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Brighton Belle, the S.R.s Electric Locomotive, over Ouse Viaduct, 1940 Featured Print

Brighton Belle, the S.R.s Electric Locomotive, over Ouse Viaduct, 1940

Brighton Belle, the S.R.'s Electric Locomotive, over Ouse Viaduct, 1940. The Brighton Belle was operated by the Southern Railway and subsequently by British Rail from Victoria Station in London to Brighton. It was the flagship of the Southern Railway's mass electrification project, which began in 1931. The world's only electric all-Pullman service ran daily between London and Brighton from 1933 until 1972. From Trains of Today. [Juvenile Productions Ltd., London, 1940]

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