...but it's the most appropriate one for the Viaduct. You can't see much driving across it (which is expensive), but find a road that passes underneath, ideally to the Visitor Centre, and you'll see why. The Gorge is so wide that it looks like they've built a road high in the sky, just for the hell of it. This is the only piece of architecture I know that's comparable to Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, or Shakespeare's King Lear.
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