This remarkable piece of engineering was constructed in the late 19th century to carry the railway that once linked Armagh to Keady and Castleblaney. It consists of 11 arches standing more than 21 meter (70 feet) high, together spanning over 174 meter (570 feet). The Callan river runs underneath it in this picturesque part of County - Armagh.
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