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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Border Post


Today's picture comes from my recent photo-trip around Broadbottom.

The river Etherow forms the boundary between Cheshire and Derbyshire.

In the middle of the river, straddling the border, is one of the supports for the Broadbottom Viaduct which carries the railway line from Manchester to Glossop.

Want to see the top of it?

Then if you haven't been there already, check-out last week's Skywatch Friday on Ackworth born, gone West.

5 comments:

Wayne said...

Those viaducts amaze me. Just thinking about the building process makes me slightly dizzy. Thanks Gerald.

KAZ said...

Great post Gerald!

babooshka said...

I will have to check out the skywatch. I was a little lax with visiting others last week. I do miss viadcts and aquaducts here. Nice reflcetion too.

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

you've done a good job catching lal the colours here

ken mac said...

interesting.. i like that moss covered "thing" at the base. Lots of history there..

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