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Search Aspect ( viaduct )
Location - Leeds & District

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Amy Street to Kirkstall viaduct embankment (Burley) (8 comments)
Black & White image1969 View down Amy Street to Kirkstall Viaduct embankment. Red brick terraced houses, back-to-back, in blocks of eight, are separated by outside lavatories. On the left, from the edge, they number 33 to 49, on the right, from 36 to 52. These homes are now demolished. Amy Street was built in the nineteenth century between 1887 and 1889.
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Arthington Viaduct also showing the weir near Arthington Mill Farm (Arthington) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Long distance view of the River Wharfe. It shows the weir near Arthington Mill Farm and looks towards Arthington Viaduct, seen in the background. This weir is no longer in existence but is marked on an O.S. map for 1934.
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Arthington Viaduct and the River Wharfe (Arthington) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Arthington viaduct spanning the River Wharfe in the early 1900s. Thomas Grainger built the viaduct in the 1840s. It has an impressive 21 segmental arches and sweeps across the river and valley on a 940.4 radius curve. Thomas Grainger had built railways all over Scotland and the North of England. Unfortunately after being a great advocate of railway safety he was himself killed in a train crash at the age of 57.
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Arthington, River Wharfe (Arthington)
Black & White imageUndated, A view of the River Wharfe looking towards Arthington Viaduct.
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Barkston Terrace, Holbeck Viaduct (Holbeck)
Black & White imagec1940s. View of Barkston Terrace showing the Holbeck Viaduct. A family pose for the photograph outside no. 3, the centre house of a block of 3. Through the viaduct more terraced housing on Barkston Terrace can be seen, with nos. 7 - 19 on the left and 10 - 20 on the right. The view looks from the direction of Croydon Place and dates from the mid to late 1940s.
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