Dochart Viaduct

Dochart Viaduct is a viaduct located in Killin, Scotland. The viaduct was built 1st April 1886 as part of the Killin - Loch Tay branch line as part of the Caledonian Railway. The viaduct is made of concrete and is the UK's second oldest concrete viaduct, after the Falls of Cruachan also in Scotland. Dochart Viaduct is 37ft high. The viaduct was named after the river it crosses.

Today the railway that crossed the viaduct is closed and a nice cycle and footpath follows the railway now and crosses this impressive structure.
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About to cross the viaduct.
A small sign telling walkers about the viaduct.
Looking at Dochart River from the top of the viaduct.
Walking towards the viaduct.
Walking along the viaduct.
Looking at Dochart River from the top of the viaduct.
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