An evening photo walk at Wolverton Viaduct, MK.

Wednesday 31st July 2019

NOTE: to accommodate the earlier sunset times the meetup time has been brought forward to 7 pm.

Meet up at 7 pm @ the car park located off Haversham Road (Click HERE for location)

Shoot until about 9 pm (sunset: 20:55 )

If you have trouble locating the group at the start of the evening or arriving later, you can contact Paul Needham on 07889 369896

End the evening with a drink at the Galleon Pub (Click HERE for directions) or for more information see HERE

During the photo walk, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn and share photographic skills
  • Socialize with other club members
  • Capture images for the club competitions next season
  • Help plan for a future photographic event in one of the many parks in and around Milton Keynes
  • Socialize with other club members
  • Ohh and just for FUN

Bring a camera and/or smartphone and any other equipment you can easily carry around. Bring Tripods if you have them!

Built by Robert Stephenson in 1838, Wolverton Viaduct is a brick railway viaduct built to carry the London & Birmingham Railway Line over the River Great Ouse. It lies within the area of North Milton Keynes designated as the Ouse Valley Park.

The viaduct has six semi-elliptical arches spanning 60ft each between solid piers. The piers taper from 11ft 3in wide at the bottom to 10ft 10in wide at the top.
The hollow abutments are punctuated by semi-circular arches with 15ft spans. Stephenson formalised this design for most railway bridges on the line: an early example of standardisation. In 1881 the viaduct was widened to the west to allow for more tracks. The tracks run 50ft above the water and the viaduct is now 53ft across.

You can find more details about Stony Stratford Nature Reserve HERE  &  the Ouse Valley Park  HERE

Free to members and non-members alike

Share your images with the LBPC Community


The park and car parks are open at all times throughout the year. There is no admission fee.


Wolverton Viaduct is located on the northern edge of Wolverton in the Ouse Valley Park. Access is from Haversham Road.

Car parking

Free car parking at the following locations:
There is a dedicated car park off Haversham Road. (Click HERE for location)


There are no public toilets in the park.

Meet at the Haversham Road Car Park (Click HERE for directions)