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