This is Hyde Daily Photo Volume 1 (2006-2011) which is now in archive mode. For recent photographs please visit Hyde Daily Photo Volume 2. Additional material and links to blogger friends can be found at Hyde DP Xtra.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Entrance to Hyde North Station

The entrance to Hyde North station on Junction Street.

On the left is the tunnel leading to Johnsonbrook Road.

On the right is the road up to the station. There is a closer view of the sign by Tom Wigley on Hyde DP Xtra.

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lv2scpbk said...

That's a neat entrance.

On behalf of ABC Wed. thanks for participating.

Tumblewords: said...

Lovely view. It has a pastoral look to it.

Tash said...

such a direct 'E' and one that didn't even cross my mind.
I like the two level street & the crosshatched enterance gate. Well chosen and photographed.

Roger Owen Green said...

I can imagine riding a bike down the hill to the entrance. sometimes the obvious choices we're oblivious to.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» thanks you for your visit!

«Louis» was not happy to read that Kraft has bought Cadbury's.

Jacob said...

That tunnel doesn't look like it's big enough for two cars at one time...but maybe it's just the perspective. Where's the snow, Gerald?

It has been so cold here in central Florida that our flora looks like yours.

Jay said...

For a moment I thought the tunnel was the entrance to the station! That would have been fun!

snapperoni said...

nice photo! :D Riding a bike sounds like fun. If only I knew how.

Kate said...

Yes, as mentioned by another blogger it looks like a great area for a cyclist!

Deden said...

This is the town that I always dream to The bench of Old Trafford :) and looking from all your picture here, I believe you got a very clean city.. nice shot.. wish me so I can visit here.

LeAnn * ~ See Great Things said...

It seems like such a lovely place to be. Beautiful!

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