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remains of the Boars Head Viaductfrom the air

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aerial photograph showing all that remains of the Boars Head Viaduct, Standish, Lancashire UK. The Boars Head Viaduct was built by the Lancashire Union Railway to cross the Douglas valley. The railway opened in 1869 and closed in the 1971. Today the viaduct lies abandoned and derelict with just the pillars remaining.

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