Aug 23, 2017 - 2:50 AM
in reply to jlovda
Have you ever tried getting a bus to the bus stop "Brusio, Pergola", which is quite near to the Brusio Viaduct? The bus is #702, and the railway stations it connects with are: Poschiavo, Li Curt, Le Prese, Miralago and Campocologno. The timetable is highly variable according to day of the week and season, but with a bit of careful planning you could probably make it work.
From the bus stop, you can walk up the road a bit to a lane called "Borgo", which will take you right up to the viaduct, where you can walk around. I haven't been there myself, but I have followed that lane in Google Maps Street View, and there is an information board near the viaduct, indicating it's a public area, and not out-of-bounds. There's also a seat right next to the railway track a bit further on (see attached Google Maps screenshot). You can check it out further in Google Maps Street View. Obviously it's not an elevated location, but you might be able to take some photos you are happy with.
Last modified on Aug 23, 2017 - 3:02 AM by Alpenrose666
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