Each week Sepia Saturday, provides an opportunity for genealogy bloggers to share their family history through photographs.
My first photographs matches this week's prompt of the Library of Congress so well. It too was taken in Washington DC, on a visit in 2000 - in the Rotunda of the Capitol.
Leaderfoot Viaduct spans the 90 mile long River Tweed near its junction with one of its many tributaries - the Leader Water. The viaduct stands 116 feet above the river bed and each of its 19 arches has a 43 foot span. The railway bridge opened in 1865 with the last train running over it a hundred years later.
A peaceful view across to the Cheviot Hills in the distance on the Border.
"Underneath the arches
I dream my dreams away"
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