December 3, 2011 in Urban Exploration

Lobb Ghyll Viaduct

Lobb Ghyll Viaduct is a derelict five arch construction hidden away in a bluebell wood by the River Wharfe to the south of Bolton Bridge in Yorkshire. Like most of the old railway structures in the area, it is hewn from a local type of rock called millstone grit. It was built by the Midland Railway in 1888 to connect Ilkley and Skipton.

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