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Monday, January 05, 2009

Barmhouse Lane Bridge


For our contribution on the first Monday of the month to Broer som Binder [Bridges between], we have walked up Barmhouse Lane and past Godley Reservoir.

A smaller lane leads off it and crosses the M67 motorway using this bridge. It services a farm and beyond that there are only muddy footpaths towards Matley Moor.


This is the view looking West from the bridge as the motorway heads into Hyde.

I returned back over the bridge and followed the Godley Bridleway on the South side of the motorway.

More details of and links to other participants to Broer som Binder can be found on Visual Norway.

9 comments:

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Hello Hyde/Gerald ,

We are back from holidays...I always enjoyed visiting you blog in 2008, you were a reall inspiration to me.
I wish you many Happy and Creative wishes for 2009! I hope to watch your beautiful photogaphic blog many, many, times in 2009 with also much joy. Please feel/be welcome to follow my blog also,

Friendly greetings from:
JoAnn's D Eyes

www.joannwalraven.blogspot.com

Denise said...

We are back from our holidays too and am enjoying catching up on your blog. Happy New Year! I look forward to your posts in 2009.

PERBS said...

Even the smallest of bridges have an importance unto themselves! I love learning about history in this way. Come and see my small bridge covered in my favorite thing --SNOW!

magiceye said...

love the 2nd pic!

RuneE said...

I see that you have to be careful on that one - only one vehicle at a time!

Must be a fine spot for taking traffic pictures.

babooshka said...

I like how your bridge sits next to mine on the portal. It's also far easier on the eye to view too. Bridges do fascinate me, pity we have so few here.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Such a narrow bridge must have been built back n time when people were not in such a hurry and didn't mind waiting.

Marie-Noyale said...

I missed your 1000 posts,but it's not too late to wish you all the best for the New Year.

roentarre said...

Traffic seems a lot less than the traffic here in Australia. The roads are so much cleaner there too. Wish you a great 2009 :)

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