Larpool ViaductEdit profile
The Larpool Viaduct, also known as the Esk Valley Viaduct formerly carried the Scarborough & Whitby Railway over the River Esk, North Yorkshire, England, just south of Prospect Hill Junction in Whitby, where the line met the Whitby Redcar and Middlesbrough Union Railway. It is a brick built structure, with 13 arches built by the noted railway contractor John Waddell. On the north side of the river, it also crosses Northern Rail's Esk Valley Line (formerly the Whitby and Pickering Railway) between Whitby and Ruswarp railway stations.
The viaduct now carries a cycle path and is grade II listed.