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Arnside Viaduct

Arnside Viaduct



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What a wonderful composition Sally... too bad that there wasn't a train on it at the time....petersmile
Sally Howard: Oh you're so right Peter, I would have loved that.
I hope your first few rehab days have been helpful.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Oct 2013, 08:09
This is an extremely dramatic composition Sally - very nice!
Sally Howard: Thank you Chris, I like to be extremely dramatic smile
A well composed picture Sally
Sally Howard: It took lots of planning Bill, none of this point and shoot nonsense Mick does!!
  • gutteridge
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 3 Oct 2013, 09:01
Magnificent photograph Sally. The scale is immense, at first I thought it was a very long pier.
Sally Howard: I do wish a train had been going over the bridge Chad.
a cloud-duct actually Sally. Nice.
Sally Howard: Ha ha. Thank you Juan Carlos.
Lovely shot, Sally. It's very dramatic with skies that go on forever.
Sally Howard: I loved the sky Pauline, it always seems vast in the Lakes.
  • Alan
  • Portland, Oregon
  • 3 Oct 2013, 14:54
A cracking skyscape set off nicely with the water and that viaduct. Difficult to get a scale on it for height but I'm thinking a rowing boat could get under it but not much else?
Sally Howard: If you put Arnside Viaduct into google images Alan, you'll get a better idea, and thank you.
A wonderful composition Sally! The sky is terrific.
Sally Howard: Thank you Richard, the Lake District has such big skies doesn't it.
  • Lisl
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 3 Oct 2013, 19:00
The sky makes a great contrast to the leaden water
Sally Howard: I love fluffy clouds Lisl.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Oct 2013, 19:00
Great picture Sally
Sally Howard: Thats appreciated Anne.
A very good image of this viaduct Sally, it looks to be quite long.
Sally Howard: I've just found this Brian.
The railway line is carried over the River Kent on a viaduct 552 yards (505 m) long, with 50 piers. It was built in 1857 and rebuilt in 1915.

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