Thursday, August 05, 2021

the Whalley Railway Viaduct train bridge, a unique example of Victorian railway engineering because of an unusual feature, the distinctive decorative brick infill that looks ecclesiastical and probably resembles the nearby 14th-century gatehouse of Whalley Abbey





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6 comments:

  1. Beyond form and function , true architecture. You find the good stuff .

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  2. Ecclesiastical! Didn't expect that one.
    I do believe that's the word of the day!

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    1. You'd have a glitch if you read through my poetry blog. The banner alone is worth a look http://better-than-palgrave.blogspot.com/

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  3. Honestly, it could be something right out of "The Lord of the Rings"

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