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Monday, July 07, 2008

Hattersley Viaduct

Hattersley Viaduct takes the A560 over the Glossop to Manchester railway line.

It is from the other side that I took a picture of the approach to Hattersley Station and another zooming in on Hattersley Station.

You can see part of the viaduct on this picture looking east from Hattersley Station, and it can also be seen on this view from the top of Werneth Low.

This post is our contribution to Broer som Binder [Bridges between]. More details and links to other participents can be found on Runes TX-Blog


Ashtonian said...

My sister travels that line daily

RuneE said...

An unusual construction for a bridge as seen from here, but none the worse for that. What I really fell for were the pictures from the railway station!

FANCY said...

We all look after bridge to cross over and this might have the life of her own :)
My bridge is up.

Anonymous said...

And probably the people passing over that bridge daily hardly even notice that they are on a bridge. The solid sides must prevent any view.

Anemone said...

Interesting and nice to watch !!

Nice day to you...

Marie said...

Great post!

Daniel J Santos said...

interesting, great image.

babooshka said...

Viaduct are not something we get here. Durham has the most spectacular one. Why I wonder are so many painted green. I love the intricate detail of bridges, mostly ornate as I have discovered through an engineering friend.

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