The Black Rocks viaduct (Rochers Noirs)

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The Black Rocks viaduct (Rochers Noirs) - Tourism in the Corrèze

Listed historic monument, this art work spanning the Luzège gorges at 92 metres in height, near Soursac, was built at the beginning of the 20th century in order to allow a small train to cross, the Transcorrézien connecting Tulle with Ussel. Railroad until 1959, the viaduct is today reserved for pedestrians only. At this impressive place, you can benefit from a very beautiful view of the gorges.

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Awaiting restoration, the bridge is currently closed to all traffic and pedestrian traffic both for security reasons.

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