Cynghordy Viaduct

Anthony Pease Photography


Steam train passing over the Cynghordy Viaduct.

The Cynghordy Viaduct is a railway bridge built in 1867-8. It spans over 305 metres in length and is 33 metres high, with 18 arches built on a curve. The viaduct was noted as a Grade II listed building in July 1966 and is an iconic structure along the Heart of Wales line. 

Taken by local photographer Anthony Pease.

Available in an A4 or A3 mounted print or print only. 

Mounted prints come in a clear Polypropylene bags which can be recycled and keep the prints and mounts clean, this is the best option if purchasing as a gift for someone else. Otherwise we can send out a print only for you to mount and frame yourself.

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Category: art, photography, wales, welsh