Address :- Holborn Viaduct, London, Greater London, EC1 Grid Reference :- TQ 316 815 Grid Co-ordinates :- Easting 531600 m, Northing 181500 m Lat & Long (WGS84) :- 51.517101 , -0.104755 View Historic Mapping Site Location :- Viewing Site :- Parish or Township :- Administrative Area :- City of London Pre 1974 County :- Greater London Council Site Status :- Listed - Grade II Site Condition :- Operational site, in use for original purpose Historic England List No - 1064641, Site Era :-Early Modern 1850-1950 to Modern Post 1950 Site Dates :- 1863 - Visit By :- -
Record Status :- Reviewed Reviewed By :- Andrew Turner - 26 November 2021
Description and History Three arch road viaduct, built 1863-69, across Holborn Valley (of R. Fleet), to replace notorious Holborn Hill. 32 ft above original Fleet, total length 1285 feet, 80 ft wide, with 107 ft iron bridge spanning Farringdon St. Statues on parapets dedicated to Fine Arts, Science, Commerce and Agriculture. Designed by W. Heywood, City Surveyor.
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