Image title: Stockport Railway Viaduct seen from south east (bw)

Stockport Railway Viaduct seen from south east (bw)

View of Stockport Railway Viaduct seen from the hillside footpath near the station approach. The brickwork is noticeably stained and in need of attention. The overhead cables date from around 1960 when the Manchester to London line was electrified.

The viaduct was renovated in the 1990s. Industrial buildings below have since been demolished. The arch on the left was used as a location in the film A Taste of Honey made 1961.


Stockport Railway Viaduct seen from south east (bw)



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photos of Stockport Railway Viaduct, film locations, movie locations, British industrial architecture, industrial heritage north west England, railway viaducts, railway bridges, Stockport Cheshire

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