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An internal viaduct of lattice girders carries a double line of rails.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, PART 3VARIOUS
The largest three-hinged-arch bridge constructed is the Viaur viaduct in the south of France (fig. 30).
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, PART 3VARIOUS
We meet Tuesday at noon near the Auteuil station beneath the first arch of the viaduct.
THROUGH THE WALLCLEVELAND MOFFETT
Even the incredibly hideous iron grating of the railway viaduct set his pulse beating joyfully.
HYACINTHGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
Occasionally he would take an early ride before breakfast, to inspect the progress of the Sankey viaduct.
LIVES OF THE ENGINEERSSAMUEL SMILES
Perhaps the finest piece of masonry on the railway is the Dutton Viaduct across the valley of the Weaver.
LIVES OF THE ENGINEERSSAMUEL SMILES
Here the rails had to be laid on a great viaduct, where the trains run above the tops of the tallest trees.
HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALANDALEXANDER SUTHERLAND
If a valley intervenes, he will bridge it with a viaduct, which shall put to shame the grandest relics of antiquity.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 58, NUMBER 358, AUGUST 1845VARIOUS
Our soldiers crowded the viaduct, and our men were everywhere on the lake in their boats.
ROGER THE BOLDF. S. BRERETON
The steepness of Holborn Hill was abolished by the new viaduct in 1869.
HAUNTED LONDONWALTER THORNBURY

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