The Viaducts Of The World

Viaducts are some of the most interesting features of architecture going back to Roman times although at that point in time they were not referred to as Viaducts. Usually not about water but built over land and connecting two points above a valley, a gorge or a canyon. Check out our gallery for some of the superbly built Viaducts.


Viaduct near Tolentino, Italy


Ribblehead Viaduct in Yorkshire Dales National Park,Great Britain


Viaduct in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire


Viaduct in Glenfinnan, Scotland


Viaduto 13, Rio Grande do Sul, South of Brazil


Landwasser Viaduct, Filisur, Graubunden, Switzerland


Viaduct in Entrepeñas Reservoir, in Guadalajara, Castilla, Spain Europe


Ouse Valley Viaduct, Sussex, UK


Thomas Viaduct in Maryland, USA


The Goeltzsch Viaduct in Germany


The Leaderfoot Viaduct, South of Scotland


Viaduct Most Míru, Dolni Loucky, Czech Republic


Luxembourg Viaduct in Passerelle, Luxembourg

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