(1) From the stone walls and landscaped embankments to the sweep of the footbridges and the modern viaduct that carries the road over the river, this scheme was designed not just not to offend the eye but to please it.(2) The scheme involves the lifting of the jointed track and removal of the ballast down to the stone arches of the viaduct , which will then be covered with a waterproofing membrane.(3) As a result of the derailment, there has been significant damage to the structure of the viaduct , which is likely to lead to a prolonged closure of the line between Limerick Junction and Waterford.(4) A viaduct would carry lines from the old Exchange site to Forster Square station, on a gradual descent, which would not interfere with road traffic.(5) An impressive viaduct spans the valley a reminder of the time when visitors travelled from Lancashire, Yorkshire and beyond to spend a day around the falls.(6) It was in one of the arches beneath such a viaduct that the greatest music pirate of the age had his headquarters.(7) Three separate escalators lead down to the platforms from the big blue cavern, each burrowing down between separate arches of the Victorian viaduct above.(8) An old railway viaduct at Stamford Bridge, near York, was to be saved.(9) Until April 16, you can explore the world of Victorian engineers, discovering viaducts and bridges and making and decorating a model of one of Milestones' buildings to take home with you.(10) The country has no money to pay teachers, bridges and viaducts tend to collapse, and 10% of the population - many from former African colonies - live below the poverty line.(11) The arches of active and disused railway viaducts are filled with restaurants, car repair workshops, markets, and businesses of other kinds.(12) For four years Alexander continued to run the company on his own, gaining a reputation as a talented construction engineer building fine bridges, viaducts and tunnels.(13) The subject of this volume is railway buildings, including bridges and viaducts , stations, signal boxes, and hotel and railway workers' houses.(14) The machine moves steadily and inexorably through cutting and tunnel, over viaducts and under bridges, exultantly ignoring sun and storm alike.(15) Where capital was readily available, as on most European main lines, civil engineering could defy topography, and span great valleys on embankments and viaducts , and drive tunnels through mountain ridges.(16) Their legacy are the great embankments, viaducts , tunnels and bridges that cover the face of Britain, in many cases still visible long after the trains they served have disappeared.