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Glenfinnan Viaduct, overlooking Loch Shiel and the Glenfinnan Monument, is a sight to behold, wizardry aside.

Constructed in the late 19th century, it was a pioneering project, built using mass concrete by the affectionately nicknamed ‘Concrete Bob’.

At thirty meters tall, the views when crossing the viaduct are magnificent; the curve allowing for observation of the train itself while travelling onboard.

A unique feature of the Scottish Highlands, this feat of engineering serves as a wondrous representation of the scenically minded architects of yesteryear.

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