Stambermill Viduact on the former Oxford Worcester Wolverhampton Railway (OWWR) lies just north of Stourbridge Junction Station shortly after the junction with the Lye and Birmingham Snow Hill line. It spans the valley of the River Stour which formed the county boundary between Worcestershire and Staffordshire.
Photographs taken by Andrew Smith on 17th October 2013..
It is an impressive brick-built structure which is clearly of GWR origin. According to Bob Pixton the original OWWR-built viaduct was made of wood. The current 190-yard brick-built viaduct was opened on 10th May 1882 and is slightly to the south of the original.
REF: Oxford Worcester & Wolverhampton,Part Two, Bob Pixton, Runpast, ISBN 1 870754 60 3, 2004