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Monday, May 05, 2008

Tunnel at Hyde North


This short tunnel at the end of Junction Road goes under two railway lines and comes out onto Johnson Brook Road.

Steps on the right lead up to Hyde North Station, on the line from Marple and Romily to Manchester.

The line from Glossop via Flowery Field also crosses over this tunnel before joining the line from Marple.

20 comments:

Helen said...

I really like the angle you took this photo at, Gerald. I like the you can see the curve in the tunnel and the end on the other side.

Tanya said...

What an interesting tunnel!

Cavite Daily Photos said...

wow! The train goes above it? I'm sure the sounds it make is interesting when you're under it! Gerald, I would like to extend my deepest gratitude for including me in Your Around The World List! It really means alot to me! and I hope I can be included in the CDP^^ God Bless you and your Loverd ones^^

Steven
Cavite Daily Photo

FANCY said...

If we cant get over ...we can maybe go around...then we can go under it...Love it...;-)

RuneE said...

That was a narrow tunnel - can two cars pass, or is it only for pedestrians? I bet they can hear the trains very well beneath!

Hyde DP said...

I'm not certain if it is wide enough for two cars to pass inside the tunnel but it is for vehicles. The road on the other side is very cobbled and not smooth. I'll be posting a view from the opposite direction probably next Monday so then you can see it.

ANNA-LYS said...

Thinking tunnel as bridge is great, it connects smooth.

imac said...

Nice and interesting bridge builders Gerald.

My bridge and odd shot are now showing.

Cavite Daily Photos said...

Hi sir Gerald! I just want to bring you the good news! I recived an e-mail saying that my City photo Blog has been approved! Thanks for your help^^ God BLess ytou! I'm just so happy!

Sailor Girl said...

Really interesting!

Pernille's ting og tang said...

I looks like a tunnel we have to pass when we are going to our cabin:) Very nice photo and I love the angle you took this photo:)

Have a nice day:)

Liv said...

A tunnel for cars, a bridge for trains, perfect thinking!

Ida said...

Fancy`s comment amused me. ;)
Nice shot. Great angle. I can see the light in the end of the tunnel.

Anemone said...

Ugly and nice on the same time..., but nessaserely yes !!

Texas Travelers said...

Great idea for bridging. A tunnel instead of a standard bridge over water.

Job well done.

My bridge is built.
Come visit,
Troy

Daniel J Santos said...

Great and interesting.

babooshka said...

A dual purpose construction that actually works in practise. I am
impressed. Into teresting little tunnel. Light at the end of a very short tunnel appeals.

Marie said...

Great!

9na said...

Hmmm også tunneller er broer ja, det tenkte jeg også men glemte kameraet mitt hjemme i går...

Katney said...

Over, uncer, around, and through! There's more than one way of getting across.

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