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"The Chappel Viaduct, in the north Essex Colne Valley, is a designated grade one European monument.
According to the book "White's Essex" which dates back to 1848, the first stone to build the viaduct was laid in September 1847.
It was planned to be 1066 feet long and cross the Colne Valley by 30 semicircular arches, each being 30 feet in span.
The height of the rails above the river is 80 feet and the viaduct took two years to build.
Along the top of the viaduct the Marks Tey to Sudbury line crosses the Colne Valley.
Looking through the viaduct
With a tally of seven million bricks it is one of the largest brick built structure in England
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Jul 22 2010 07:27 GMT ThorBeverley PRO
Great perspective - I love the angle of this shot!
Jul 22 2010 21:18 GMT Dudu911
Amazing shot, fine perspective!
Jul 23 2010 13:38 GMT hans55 PRO
interresting picture and info !!
Jul 24 2010 03:43 GMT Midworlder PRO
A very smart photo
Jul 29 2010 08:15 GMT bandsix
This is soooo good!!!
Aug 08 2010 07:21 GMT cronnny
fine perspective
Aug 13 2010 21:07 GMT Gez
Love this shot
Sep 01 2010 07:03 GMT mcfishy
superb
Sep 25 2010 03:03 GMT elkamy
excelente!
Oct 20 2010 21:47 GMT RISHKASH
Winner Photo . . . for me
Oct 24 2010 06:14 GMT mbz
excellent shot&compositions&framed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nov 02 2010 08:00 GMT eagle4Yeschua
interesting view ..
Jan 19 2011 17:50 GMT David244
Very clver shot and perfectly captured
Feb 12 2011 04:06 GMT cardlady PRO
Awesome shot.
May 24 2011 06:47 GMT zeem
magic
May 24 2011 07:06 GMT Icandoit
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