The London Bridge – Greenwich Railway Viaduct carried the former London and Greenwich Railway line. With 851 semi-circular arches and 27 skew arches or road bridges it is the longest run of arches in Britain and one of the oldest railway viaducts in the world, and the earliest example of an entirely elevated railway line. It was built between 1834 and 1836.

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The London Bridge – Greenwich Railway Viaduct carried the former London and Greenwich Railway line. With 851 semi-circular arches and 27 skew arches or road bridges it is the longest run of arches in Britain and one of the oldest railway viaducts in the world, and the earliest example of an entirely elevated railway line. It was built between 1834 and 1836.

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Location: Greenwich Railway Viaduct, London, England