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Walkmill Glen Railway Viaduct

Opened in 1903 by the Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway it allowed coal to be transported from the pits of Lanarkshire to what was at the time the large port of Ardrossan. The link to the coast ended in the 1930's and after electrification in the 1960's the line terminated at Neilston. The bridge has a total lof 14 arches. Map location.

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