About this spot
Completed in 1874, Ribblehead viaduct is one of the most prominent and well known structures in the Dales and stands out in the landscape from all around. You'll often find this location teeming with visitors, especially in the summer months, as it's so easily accessible and impressive to look at. It's difficult to put details in this guide as schedules change, but have a search on the internet for when steam trains might be passing over it if you want to add an extra level of interest to your shot.
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