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Starrucca Viaduct, Lanesboro

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Starrucca Viaduct is a stone arch bridge that spans Starrucca Creek near Lanesboro, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Completed in 1848 at a cost of $320,000 (equal to $9,456,000 today), it was at the time the world's largest stone railway viaduct and was thought to be the most expensive railway bridge as well. Still in use, the viaduct is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is designated by the American Society of Civil Engineers as a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

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  • Like the Tunkhannock Creek Viaduct in Nicholson a half hours drive southwest, this viaduct is a beaut. In contrast to the concrete of the later era, this is made up of stones. A few houses sit...  more »
  • Almost 200 years old... still ticking! Beautiful structure and worth the time to see and read about if your in the area! Easy to find and has a small picnic area... Have a great time...  more »
  • We traveled here from Binghamton for my coin business... and stopped by the viaduct. I had not been since I was a kid.. beautiful day, beautiful architectural wonder... truly a treasure and to have this so near by
  • The architecture is amazing. Still looks new after 150 years.

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