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Report - Holbeck Viaduct, Leeds, West Yorkshire - June 2019


yernbarr

Circa 1998
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London North Western Railway built the viaduct in 1882 to bypass the congested lines leading to the present-day Leeds Station. It's 1,500 yards long and has 82 arches. The track remains on one side of a gate erected by Network Rail. Trains stopped running on the line in 1988, but the viaduct was used as an emergency 'holding' line for trains during incidents of service disruption up until the 1990s.

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