To Bristol, the North or Wales: Twerton Short Tunnel
Twerton Viaduct is 638 yards long.
Standing at the west end of Twerton Viaduct, looking east. Twerton Bypass was built by the GWR, removing the need for through road transport to negotiate the village.
Arches once used as storage space.
Further east along the viaduct is a section that was repaired after being hit by nine bombs during WWII.
Further east, I'm standing at the junction with Rackfield Place.
Looking west from the same spot. The doors in the viaduct originally opened to housing, but are now industrial units.