Our latest video on youtube is about the magnificent piece of Victorian Engineering Twenty Bridges viaduct which crosses the Douglas Valley. The Viaduct stands just crumbling away but it still has the wow factor as you stand under it.
Known locally as Twenty Bridges but there are only nineteen arches and six steel spans. Built in 1882 the bridge was used until 1973. It stands 50 feet in height and almost 1000 feet in length.
It is a shame that it is being left just to crumble away. If the men that built it could see it now I wonder what they would say.
We went over just before Christmas and it was quite boggy under foot, so wellies were needed for this walk !
The next Viaduct is known locally as The Dominoes, the track bed was removed some years ago. We could not get close to this one as the footpath was just too wet, we nearly lost our wellies trying to get to it so we sent the drone up instead !
To find out more about the viaducts check out our video on youtube