Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms

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A brown brick viaduct formed of eight semi-elliptical arches each of 70 ft (21.34 m) span and rising to a parapet of 81 ft (24.7 m). The original width of the viaduct was 30 ft (9 m). It was widened on the north side in 1877. The arms of Lord Wharncliffe decorate the centre of the south face. James Stuart Wortley Mackenzie, Lord Wharncliffe, was chairman of the parliamentary committee that steered the passage of the Great Western Railway Bill through parliament.

Coat of Arms





Accession number


Acquisition method

commissioned by Great Western Railway

Work type

Coat of arms


Ealing London Borough Council


Ealing London Borough Council

Work status


Listing status

Grade I (England and Wales)

Listing date



at all times

Inscription description

AVITO VIRET HONORE (He flourishes through the honour of his ancestors)


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Located at

Wharncliffe Viaduct, Ealing


Located at the south side.