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  1. Clive1 says

    The "long, very high bridge" referred to was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel between 1836/37 and is called Wharncliffe Viaduct being named after Lord Wharncliffe, who had been Chairman of the House of Lords Committee which heard the railway's application for an enabling Act.

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