Heritage Design Interpretation Awarded this Project through Public Tender our brief was to create a Visitor Experience Interpretative Display and story detailing the construction and history of this landmark railway bridge and the Bagenalstown to Palace East Railway Line. Undertaking the entire project our input included historical research, storytelling, detailed reconstructive architectural illustration, CGI illustration, brand identity, graphic design, display design, sign printing, translations for foreign visitors, site installation, overall project management and Website Design.
Borris Viaduct 1860 – Visitor Experience
The Borris Railway Viaduct with its sixteen arches supported by soaring limestone pillars is a dramatic example of monumental 19th Century railway engineering. Designed by the engineer Williaim Le Fanu (1816– 1894) and built by M. Talbot, the Viaduct rises to 60ft high and spans the Borris and Mountain River Valley.
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