Semington Acquaduct over Road

The Semington New Viaduct, opened in 2004, is the first navigable aqueduct to be built in the south west of Britain for almost two hundred years, Built from concrete, it contains 529 tonnes of steel reinforcement and is part of the Semington bypass which carries the A350 around Semington

Acquaduct over the Railway at Semington Wiltshire transporting the K&A



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