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Monday, February 09, 2009

Croft Street Bridge


Some weeks ago I showed you Bowling Green Street and later what lay behind Bowling Green Street.

A little alleyway leads behind the houses to Croft Street and this bridge over the railway. From here it is short walk along to Wood End Lane and down to Captain Clarke's Bridge.

The next five days photographs will be a series of studies as I followed the towpath of the Peak Forest Canal from Captain Clarke's Bridge to Adamson's Mills..

7 comments:

Elaine Dale said...

Modern concrete bridges just can't compare to the lovely old stone ones. Nice.

Mediterranean kiwi said...

this bridge looks quite picturesque compared to the cement that seems to dominate in the main streets

Buck said...

I love all the details you put in your posts. I'm really getting to know your town. Thanks!!

brattcat said...

This looks like a dry-stone bridge. We have many of those here in Vermont. I look forward to your towpath series.

Pam said...

Nice photo of a wonderful old bridge, I look forward to your series.

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Nice to see a bridge like this I like this Croft Street bridge , very interesting...

JoAnn's D Eyes/HOLLAND
www.joannwalraven.blogspot.com

John said...

This was an old and charming bridge.

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