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L3160 - Viaduct construction at High Wycombe
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L3160 - Viaduct construction at High Wycombe

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L3160 - Viaduct construction at High Wycombe
L3160 - A view through the trees towards the viaduct at High Wycombe, photographed around 1903. An existing structure on the Great Western Railway, the viaduct was widened to accommodate the extra line of track which was laid during the construction of the Great Western & Great Central Joint route. The parapet has yet to be built, but these two arches are complete and the timber centring has been removed.

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