POOLBURN VIADUCT

Poolburn Viaduct.jpg
Poolburn Viaduct.jpg

POOLBURN VIADUCT

435.00

Original Watercolour - 2019
Framed in rimu, white matboard.

The Central Otago Rail trail has a number of highlights, but none more spectacular than the magnificent Poolburn Viaduct. Built (1901–04) on piers of locally mined schist rock, it sits 37m (121 ft) above the Ida Burn which flows through the Poolburn Gorge. This gorge bisects the Raggedy Range and is the only water exit from the lovely Ida Valley.

The viaduct is well worth the small effort it takes to view it.

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