The Teme Aqueduct, near Little Hereford on the Herefordshire/Shropshire border. Built again to carry the Leominster - Stourport canal across the river Teme. 3 arch span. Following the abandonment of the canal in favour of the railways this sat unused for many years. In WWII the central arch was blown up, possibly as a 'Tank Trap'. I feel very honoured as this photo was found on Flickr by Shire Publications and features in a book called Pillboxes and Tank Traps by Bernard Lowry, with full photo credit to me. My one and only real claim to fame!