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Ribblehead Viaduct is an iconic, 24-arched viaduct and a Grade II-listed building on the Settle and Carlisle Railway. The stone arches of this 400m long viaduct rise 32m above Batty Moor. It was opened in 1876 and was the last railway to be built in Britain using almost all manual labour; it took 6,000 men seven years to build.
More information can be found in Wikipedia.
You can park your motorbike on the parking area of the Station Inn if you don't want to ride to the viaduct. There is a good view to the viaduct from the parking place.
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