Borle Viaduct is a 42-yard bridge which carries the Severn Valley Railway over a small stream known as the Borle Brook. The Brook itself flows into the Severn immediately east of the viaduct's four arches.
Located north of Arley, the bridge offers some spectacular photo opportunities both from the near side and from the numerous public footpaths on the higher ground above the opposite river bank. The view is particularly colourful in autumn due to the many trees which grow behind the bridge.
|7714 approaches Borle Brook from the south...|
|...before crossing the viaduct itself amid the autumn colours.|
|1501 pulling its 10.50 Bridgnorth-Kidderminster service tender first over the viaduct.|