The most spectacular aqueduct still standing, this one spans a chasm carrying a small tributary trickle feeding into Landon Creek. The erosion of the limestone however tells that the trickle has been a torrent in prehistoric times and the gully below has caves and underground passages.
Two of the five trestle pylons are timber and three are made from well cut and bolstered locally quarried limestone blocks. The tapering is very professional and attractive. The little quarry was right under the aqueduct.