Day Two of our trip took us to Ribblehead Viaduct or Batty Moss Viaduct as it was otherwise called. Its a grade ii listed structure which spans approximately 400 meters and was started on 12 October 1870, it has 24 massive stone arches 104 feet above the moor. It was responsible for that many loss of lives the railway paid for the local graveyard to be extended.
We parked in one of the laybys on the main B6255 road, leaving a short walk to the Viaduct , You cant really get a sense of scale until you stand next to one of the arches, its a brilliant piece of engineering.
There is lots of walking to be done from this location if you so desire or you could just head to the local pub at The Station Inn.
Not really a lot here for a full day but well worth a stop if you are passing through the area.