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Also called the Horsburgh Viaduct it is similar to Haughhead railway bridge at Innerleithen. It was part of the Peebles to Galashiels branch of the North British Railway.The station was at the east end of the viaduct.

The railway closed in 1962 and the viaduct is now used by pedestrians, cyclists and horses and provides a link to the nearby golf course.

 Cardrona Railway Bridge Facts

Constructed - 1864
Type - beam, iron, girder 5 spans.
Position: Cardrona, Peeblesshire, Scotland.
Grid Ref: NT 299 391
 Cardrona Railway Bridge

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