The Crimple Viaduct

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.

Crimple Viaduct

Golden Light Viaduct

Stone pillars

Autumn leaves and viaduct

Winter light

Crimple Viaduct Trees

View to the Crimple Viaduct from Squirrel Lane

Sunshine and showers, Crimple Viaduct at dawn

Autumn Oak Tree

Viaduct frost

Viaduct Spring

Winter ice

Viaduct Hoar Frost

Winter train

Winter Viaduct Tree

August Rain

Crimple Beck

Old Oaks

Crimple Viaduct though trees

View over Crimple Valley to the Viaduct

Crimple Viaduct at night

Crimple Viaduct with stars

Winter Crimple Beck