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Glanrhyd Bridge, Bridgend

A three arch masonry bridge which originally carried a tramroad over the river Ogmore, now a road bridge and  listed Grade II*.

Glen Ogle Viaducts

Built for the single track railway which here ran on a ledge on the side of the mountain, they are a stark reminder of the effort required to build a railway in such inhospitable country. They are listed Grade B.

Glenfinnan Viaduct

Glenfinnan Viaduct

Best known viaduct on the West Highland line and an early example of the use of concrete.

Glenlivet Packhorse Bridge

Glenlivet Packhorse Bridge

One of only three remaining examples in Scotland.

Glossop Station

This modest little terminal station was opened in 1847 at the end of a privately promoted branch from Dinting on the main line between Sheffield and Manchester.