Owencarrow Railway Viaduct 2
Photo Credit: 
Declan O'Doherty

Owencarrow Railway Viaduct 2

The Owencarrow Viaduct is famous for the accident when a train was blown off in 1925, but the remains of the structure are still visible even though the railway closed in 1947.

Owencarrow Railway Viaduct

Located near Creeslough, the Owencarrow Railway Viaduct on the Burtonport Extension of the Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway was the largest engineering structure anywhere on the narrow gauge railway in Ireland. The remains of the structure are still visible despite the railway closure in 1947.

Nearest town or village: Creeslough.

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