The construction of the new railway viaduct over the River Tamar at Calstock in the county of Cornwall. This linked the Devon side to the Cornish side and views also include the original buildings at Calstock station.

Work Begins 1904

Work Begins 1904

Snow November 1904

Snow November 1904

Progress on the Piers 1905

Progress on the Piers 1905

The Piers from the Cornish side

The Piers from the Cornish side

Piers Going Up 1906

Piers Going Up 1906

1906 Progress near James Goss's Boatyard

1906 Progress near James Goss's Boatyard

1906 Advanced Work

1906 Advanced Work

The viaduct and Paddle Steamer May 1906

The viaduct and Paddle Steamer May 1906

Calstock Viaduct

Calstock Viaduct

Snow at Calstock November 1906

Snow at Calstock November 1906

Calstock viaduct from the Quay side 1907

Calstock viaduct from the Quay side 1907

Looking down the River Tamar

Looking down the River Tamar

Calstock viaduct and the wagon lift 1907

Calstock viaduct and the wagon lift 1907

From the road on the Devon side

From the road on the Devon side

High above the village River Tamar viewpoint

High above the village River Tamar viewpoint

Wagon Lift Calstock Viaduct

Wagon Lift Calstock Viaduct

Wagon Lift down at Calstock Quay

Wagon Lift down at  Calstock Quay

Calstock from the village

Calstock from the village

Calstock viaduct and wagon lift

Calstock viaduct and wagon lift

Calstock Wagon Lift

Calstock Wagon Lift

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
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Keywords:Calstock, Cornwall, viaduct