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Fledborough Viaduct - Things to Know Before Visiting

Unnamed Road, Newark, North Clifton, Newark NG23 7AP, UK

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About Fledborough Viaduct

Fledborough Viaduct is a former railway viaduct near Fledborough, Nottinghamshire which is now part of the national cycle network. Fledborough Viaduct is situated in Fledborough Holme, close to St George the Martyr's Church, North & South Clifton. Today the railway trackbed eastwards from the site of Fledborough station, across the viaduct, through Clifton to Doddington & Harby forms an off-road part of National Cycle Route 647 which is part of the National Cycle Network.


Attractions Near Fledborough Viaduct

Dunham Toll Bridge
Dunham Toll Bridge2.91km from Fledborough Viaduct

Dunham Bridge is a toll bridge across the River Trent in England. It spans the border between the administrative counties of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire to the west and east respectively. One of the engineering marvels in this area and this bridge makes the transportation easy for peoples.

Besthorpe Nature Reserve
Besthorpe Nature Reserve7.53km from Fledborough Viaduct

Besthorpe Nature Reserve is a restored sand and gravel quarry north of Collingham on the east bank of the Trent. Once the entire reserve is complete it will cover an area of over 160 hectares. It is a great example of how former industrial sites can have a new lease of life as havens for wildlife. and it is home to a variety of birds.

Sundown Adventureland
Sundown Adventureland7.75km from Fledborough Viaduct

Sundown Adventureland is a children's theme park in Rampton, Nottinghamshire, UK. This theme park especially designed for the under 10s has everything needed to make them feel over six feet tall! There are plenty of exciting rides to choose from, such as Rocky Mountain Ride and River Barrel Ride to name a few. Next stop would be Toy Town, or perhaps pop on the eye patch for the Pirate Adventure, docking in Smugglers Cove.

Doddington Hall & Gardens
Doddington Hall & Gardens8.44km from Fledborough Viaduct

A privately owned, fine late Elizabethan Mansion with stunning gardens, located just outside Lincoln. Discover the history and heritage of Doddington Hall and enjoy their 360 virtual tours. This Hall is also the setting for many weddings and events, concerts and exhibitions and has five holiday cottages available for short stays. Visitors are able to explore not only the Hall and Gardens but also the Bike Shop, Café, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Home Store, Farrow & Ball and Country Clothing Store.

Foss Dyke
Foss Dyke9.19km from Fledborough Viaduct

One of Britain’s oldest canals dating back to 120AD, the Fossdyke Navigation in Lincolnshire links the River Witham to the River Trent.It was built by the Romans to join Lindum Colonia to the River Trent. The canal has been used to transport cargo for almost 2000 years, including the stone used to build Lincoln Cathedral in the 11th century.

Whisby Nature Park
Whisby Nature Park10.85km from Fledborough Viaduct

Whisby Nature Park is a beautiful landscape near Lincoln, full of wildlife, walks and trails. Once barren and lifeless, this amazing place now abounds with wildlife. Enjoy a day out including walking trails, bird watching, a Wildlife Adventure Playpark,an Education Centre, a local produce café and gift shop, plus exhibitions and children’s activities.

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Nottinghamshire
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Nottinghamshire is a county in the East Midlands region of England, bordering South Yorkshire to the north-west, Lincolnshire to the east, Leicestershire to the south, and Derbyshire to the west. The traditional county town is Nottingham, though the county council is based at County Hall in West Bridgford in the borough of Rushcliffe, at a site facing Nottingham over the River Trent.

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