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One of the seven wonders of Yorkshire

If you never go anywhere else in the world, you have to have visited Ribblehead Viaduct. Remote... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Steeple Ashton, United Kingdom
Doesn't disappoint

Having travelled over the viaduct on the Settle to Carlisle train earlier in the week we came back... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Cavan, Ireland
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Ribblehead, Ingleton, Yorkshire Dales National Park LA6 3AS, England
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Reviewed yesterday

If you never go anywhere else in the world, you have to have visited Ribblehead Viaduct. Remote, breathtaking, bleak, beautiful, just one part of the Settle Carlisle railway. One pub one station, one viaduct, thats it but just brilliant. one of the few places to...More

Thank alpacabreeder325
Reviewed 2 days ago

Having travelled over the viaduct on the Settle to Carlisle train earlier in the week we came back for a proper look. It doesn't disappoint. A fantastic sight and piece of engineering that nestles into the countryside. We also tried one of the many walks...More

Thank Maso82
Reviewed 2 days ago

My wife and I took a trip to see the world famous ribblehead viaduct, the so-called "railway that never was". Pros: + great scale + engineering + history + free Cons: - risk of death from falling rubble/being hit by trains We went on a...More

Thank Amy_and_Jami
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited here for an hour or so the station (ribblehead) has a tiny museum but its free and educational so why not? Not a lot to do here but admire the view so cannoit give five stars . Cafe is worth a tea or two...More

Thank Peter e
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We are always left in are at the spectacle of the viaduct as it comes into view. The whole are is peaceful and we try and stop for a walk whenever we can.

Thank Christopher C
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were lucky to be in the area on a Tuesday when we had an excellent view of the viaduct with the Settle - Carlise steam train crossing. Good walks within the vacinity.

Thank pandsw
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Another quick stop on our drive. Nestled in the gorgeous countryside, a pretty vista. We happened to time our stop with a train to cross the Viaduct.

Thank flash407
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What a gem, especially if you can view it with a steam train heading over it. Easy to park and a short walk to a point to take a picture but do your research and find out when the steam trains cross over it on...More

Thank John T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Driving along the road towards Hawes, it’s just amazing piece of architecture that stands out amongst the greenery. I only managed to admire it from the parkings alone the road as we were too tired to walk all the way to the Viaduct. Parking does...More

Thank AbuTayyib
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The parking on the road is challenging - it must be horrendous when a steam train is due - but the walk is easy to follow up to the viaduct and underneath it. When you stand underneath and look up, it is amazing to think...More

Thank John A
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Josh b
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Response from Gail G | Reviewed this property |
You can pull into a lay by and walk up to the via Duck about half a mile walk.
August 29, 2017|
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Response from Ruth5757 | Reviewed this property |
Originally there were two tracks over the viaduct, but during repair and reconstruction this has been reduced to a single track, reverting to double at each end of the structure. Ruth.