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Ingleton viaduct MYD23906 (c) YDNPA, 2023

Ingleton viaduct MYD23906 (c) YDNPA, 2023

A railway viaduct spanning the Greta Gorge in Ingleton. The viaduct was built as part of the Ingleton Branch line in 1859 and connected the two railway stations in Ingleton, built by rival railway companies. Passengers wishing to reach connecting trains faced a considerable walk. The viaduct has 11 arches with a total span of 244 metres with a height above the River Greta of just over 24 metres. It was built of sandstone quarried in Bentham. Now disused.


Western, Robert (1990) The Ingleton Branch. A Lost Route to Scotland. Headington: The Oakwood Press


Viaduct is viewable from various points in Ingleton village centre. Follow signs for the 'Waterfalls Walk'.

Public Transport Details

Nearest town/village: Ingleton. Call Traveline on 0870 608 2 608 to plan your journey. After the welcome message key in 885 for North Yorkshire information.


Viewable from roadside at various points in village.