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The Viaduct, Monsal Dale, c 1920s?

Monsal Dale is a part of the Wye valley lying between Water cum Jolly Dale and the foot of Taddington Dale. The valley is horse-shoe shaped and is overlooked by Monsal Head, which provides one of the finest viewpoints in Derbyshire of the dale and river, and of the aqueduct that once carried the Midland Red Railway Line, see in this picture. The viaduct was build in 1863 despite much protest at th…