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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Green Lane Bridge Sideways


I've previously shown you Green Lane bridge from the East and over the bridge from the North.

This is looking Southwards down the side of the bridge.

It crosses the former Godley to Apethorn Railway line. This section is now part of the Trans Pennine Trail.

6 comments:

Tom said...

Nice to that it still bares the blackness from the coal and steam Gerald...
We used to climb out onto the ledge and with hands above our heads holding onto the top of the wall, we would shuffle across these bridges for a dare... we even held tight as a train went under. We would have been very young then.. it turns my guts thinking of that now... ha!

Bill said...

Would that be a Roman bridge, I wonder? Looks similar to one in Salamanca Spain, that is a Roman bridge.

Cezar and Léia said...

This bridge is just wonderful and I loved the composition in this picture, well done Gerald!
Léia :)

Rose said...

I like this view, too.

Jacob said...

I love old bridges like this! It does look an old Roman bridge. And it also looks like it's in need of a good pressure-washing!

Thanks for your kind comments on Ocala DP!

Have a great rest of the week!

Mo said...

Lovely old bridge. Especially love the moss on the stone work

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