View east from Brimmicroft footbridge to Riley Green, 3 April 1995

View east from Brimmicroft overbridge to Riley Green (see all photos of the same view)

The Leeds-Liverpool Canal bridge can be seen at the bottom of the picture, and Riley Green Interchange is just out of frame at the top. Between them, a deep cutting has been formed, with some excavation still to do. Material from the cutting has been brought west, towards the bottom of this photo, to form the embankment approaching the canal bridge.

Direction of view
Structures visible

Structure 19 (Leeds-Liverpool Canal underbridge)

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