Bridge at Silver Wood This heavyweight granite bridge had to be strong enough for heavy loads to and from the mine which is situated left just over the river.
Bromesberrow Church St Mary's church, Bromesberrow, viewed from the south-west.
|Title||Daffodils at Esholt Sewage Works This private road allows permit holders to travel across land owned by Yorkshire Water between Esholt and Apperley Bridge.|
|Photo's author||Derek Parkinson User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||3 Apr 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Daffodils at Esholt Sewage Works This private road allows permit holders to travel across land owned by Yorkshire Water between Esholt and Apperley Bridge.
Construction at the water works
New tanks at the water works
Gateway to Esholt Sewage Works, The Avenue, Yeadon
Farmland near the River Aire
Bridleway past Esholt Sewage Works, Yeadon
Railway bridge on the Ilkley line, Yeadon
Apperley Viaduct The viaduct consists of two parallel masonry arches over the river Aire. The northern arches carry the electrified lines from Leeds to Bradford and Skipton.
Bottom Farm Accommodation Bridge
Bottom Farm Accommodation Bridge The bridge, consisting of two separate 3 span masonry arches, was originally built to carry the 4 track railway line between Leeds and Shipley, providing a link betwee…