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Viaduc des Rochers Noirs

Historic site and monument, Bridge in Lapleau
  • Located in the communes of Lapleau and Soursac, this daring structure spans the Luzège gorges at a height of 92 metres. Inaugurated in 1913 by President Poincaré, it was used until 1959 by the "Transcorrézien", the picturesque "tacot" that used to criss-cross the countryside from Tulle to Ussel. Warning: viaduct closed to road traffic and pedestrians. The Corrèze department and its partners have undertaken to save and secure the viaduct to ensure its survival and development. Reopening to...
    Located in the communes of Lapleau and Soursac, this daring structure spans the Luzège gorges at a height of 92 metres. Inaugurated in 1913 by President Poincaré, it was used until 1959 by the "Transcorrézien", the picturesque "tacot" that used to criss-cross the countryside from Tulle to Ussel. Warning: viaduct closed to road traffic and pedestrians. The Corrèze department and its partners have undertaken to save and secure the viaduct to ensure its survival and development. Reopening to pedestrians is scheduled for September 2024.
    One-hour guided tours for groups and schools are offered by the ASTTRE 19 association, subject to prior booking. Charges apply.
    A Himalayan footbridge below the viaduct links the two banks of the Luzège. Please note: access is very uneven, with stairs and a sometimes narrow, sloping path.
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