Oldbury Viaduct (Bridge 33) is situated a short way south of Bridgnorth. The viaduct is built of red brick with a sandstone parapet, and has five arches with at 33ft span. It carries the SVRSevern Valley Railway over a small valley where a stream runs past Daniel's Mill. After closure of the section of line, BRBritish Rail or British Railways engineers intended to demolish the structure but were refused permission by the mill owner, a supporter of the railway.
A DMUDiesel Multiple Unit crosses Oldbury Viaduct in September 1962 (Sellick Collection)
A view of Oldbury Viaduct from the East in September 1962 (Sellick Collection)
Ex-GWRGreat Western Railway Pannier 3619 crosses Oldbury Viaduct in January 1963 (Sellick Collection)