Treffry Viaduct, Luxulyan

Treffry Viaduct

Located in the magnificent Luxulyan Valley, this 90-foot viaduct was built between 1839 and 1842 by the land’s owner, Joseph Thomas Treffry.

As Cornwall’s first major engineering structure of its kind, it is now a protected ancient site about four miles north of St. Austell.

Parking is limited, but this is a beautiful place for a lunch break while hiking the Luxulyan Tramway Trail.

Discover beauty at the Treffry Viaduct in Cornwall…

Image Credits: Mary Williams(CC BY-SA 2.0)

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