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It was not until 20 September 1934 that the present road viaduct, spanning both the river and railway, was opened.
A key feature of the new station would be a road viaduct over the tracks, finally solving the traffic/train problem on North High Street.
The site of the station is below the new Greenland Road viaduct over the line and canal near the foundations of the old bridge.
Trains to Lewes and beyond leave Brighton station over the London Road viaduct.
Busy downtown Jamaica, one block north, is cut off by the Long Island Rail Road viaduct.
The effects on the Tecumseh Road viaduct on the west end of Windsor, Ontario were quite overwhelming, however.
Nagold is known for its ruined castle, Hohennagold Castle, and for its road viaduct.
The line involved constructing the London Road viaduct at Brighton, together with a long bank and tunnel at Falmer.
Through Hicksville, the route turns northwest, crossing under a Long Island Rail Road viaduct that contains the Hicksville station.
He is known to have worked on the London Road viaduct outside Brighton, and may well have taken part in the construction of London's King's Cross Station.
The London Road viaduct, a distinctive, sweeping piece of railway architecture, forms the northern boundary of the area and "a literal gateway" between outer and inner suburbia.
Soon you come to Cressbrook Mill, which dates from 1182, before crossing the Monsal viaduct and on to Bakewell Station and the Coombs Road viaduct.
The Bakewell extension project would also include full restoration of both the Haddon tunnel and Coombs Road viaduct as well as the reinstatement of numerous bridges along the way.
Congestion around Port Adelaide yard resulted in the opening of the Rosewater Loop line in November 1915 and construction of the Commercial Road viaduct which opened in 1916.
Phase 3 would then be restoring both the old Haddon Tunnel and Coombes Road viaduct to former use before relaying track to a few metres from the edge of the Bakewell station site itself.
Northwest of Kaunas, forward elements of Erich von Manstein's LVI Panzer Corps reached the Dubysa and seized the vital Ariogala road viaduct across it.
The MRT viaduct is also integrated with part of a 4.8 km long road viaduct along Pioneer Road, which will increase the road capacity to cope with anticipated increase in traffic.
Bridges and Viaducts - the Ouse Valley Viaduct, the London Road viaduct, the Lewes Road viaduct Moulsecoomb.
People in wheelchairs will be able to used the section of the route running south from Bakewell Station to Coombs Road viaduct and running north to the closed Headstone Tunnel near Great Longstone.
Named after the Vogue-latterly a pornographic cinema-it was built in 1983-84 on the site of the former Lewes Road viaduct, Cox's Pill Factory and surrounding buildings in connection with a Sainsbury's supermarket development.
Over the next few years the planning of urban motorways had considerable impact on the metropolitan areas of the West Midlands, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Greater Glasgow, and the M4, snaking across West London, was the longest road viaduct in Europe.
Despite considerable progress in recent years, the building of the Autobahn was delayed during the final decade of the 20th century, and the road in this area is still missing several important doubled road viaducts, so that at various points the road is reduced to a single two lane road.