Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Old Photograph Seven Arches Bridge Monifieth Scotland
Old photograph of the seven arches bridge by Monifieth near Dundee, Scotland. This Victorian viaduct used to carry goods and passengers on trains from Dundee East to Forfar calling at Barnhill, Kingennie, Wellbank, Monikie, Kirkbuddo and Kingsmuir before sweeping into Forfar from the north east. The Seven Arches or Barnhill Viaduct is over 140 years old. Today people use the path along the rail track to cross between Grange Road and the housing estates around Barnhill.
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