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Oxford Canal viaduct, artist's impression
Oxford Canal viaduct, artist's impression

Oxford Canal viaduct

We have revealed the first images of the Oxford Canal viaduct and are seeking views from the local community about the design of the viaduct, which will be located between Banbury and Daventry. 

Set low in the landscape, three reinforced concrete spans will take the railway 60m across the canal, towpath and a country lane near the village of Wormleighton in Warwickshire. It is one of 15 viaducts and bridges across the central section of the HS2 route which is being designed by HS2’s main works contractor EKFB – a team made up of Eiffage, Kier, Ferrovial and Bam Nuttall – working with design partners Arcadis and architects Moxon. 

A CGI artist's impression of the Oxford Canal Viaduct
A CGI artist's impression of the Oxford Canal Viaduct

Oxford Canal viaduct design engagement

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic and in response to Government guidance on social distancing it is not possible to engage directly with community groups in the usual way. 

We have therefore created a virtual exhibition to share our design for the viaduct and to seek your feedback

Visit our virtual exhibition and explore the design proposals in detail.