The Crimple Viaduct

A selection of images of the Crimple Viaduct, Harrogate.

The viaduct is known as Crimple Viaduct or Crimple Beck Viaduct. It is a railway viaduct which crosses the Crimple Valley between Pannal railway station and Hornbeam Park railway station in North Yorkshire. It is a Grade II listed structure, 1,875 feet (572 m) long and has 31 arches, each of 52ft span, which reach a maximum height of 110ft above the Crimple Valley. Completed in 1848 to designs by George Hudson for the York and North Midland Railway company and built of rusticated grit stone ashlar.

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The Crimple Viaduct through trees surrounding Crimple Beck. Taken in early morning summer sunlight.
Crimple Viaduct with winter mist

Crimple Viaduct with winter mist

Viaduct reflection in Crimple Beck

Viaduct reflection in Crimple Beck

Crimple Beck and Viaduct with spring foliage

Crimple Beck and Viaduct with spring foliage

Early light on Crimple Viaduct

Early light on Crimple Viaduct

Crimple Beck with viaduct

Crimple Beck with viaduct

Flowering hawthorn tree with Crimple Viaduct behind

Flowering hawthorn tree with Crimple Viaduct behind

Early light highlighting the arches of Crimple Viaduct

Early light highlighting the arches of Crimple Viaduct

Each arch of the Crimple Viaduct has a 50 foot span

Each arch of the Crimple Viaduct has a 50 foot span

View through trees surrounding Crimple Beck

View through trees surrounding Crimple Beck

Misty morning at the Crimple Viaduct

Misty morning at the Crimple Viaduct

Early autumn mist, Crimple Valley

Early autumn mist, Crimple Valley

The Crimple Viaduct in summer

The Crimple Viaduct in summer

View through the arches of the Crimple Viaduct towards St Michael's Hospice

View through the arches of the Crimple Viaduct towards St Michael's Hospice

Crimple Beck and Viaduct in winter

Crimple Beck and Viaduct in winter

Hoar frost at the Crimple Viaduct

Hoar frost at the Crimple Viaduct