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Search Aspect (Eccup Moor )
Location - Leeds & District

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Eccup Moor Road, bridge (Eccup)
Black & White image9th April 1947. Image shows a damaged section of the wall on Eccup Moor Road bridge, which crosses Eccup Beck, following flooding. The damaged section is roped off and there are workmen's hazard lights on the ground nearby. The view looks south-west along Eccup Moor Road towards Five Lane Ends.
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Eccup Moor Road, bridge (Eccup)
Black & White image9th April 1947. View of a damaged wall on Eccup Moor Road bridge showing how part of the abutment wall has collapsed into Eccup Beck following flooding. This is the downstream view of Image ID 2946.
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Eccup Moor Road, bridge (Eccup)
Black & White image5th July 1946. View of Eccup Moor Road Bridge over Eccup Beck, showing damaged brick work following flooding.
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Eccup Moor Road, bridge (Eccup)
Black & White image5th July 1946. View of Eccup Moor Road Bridge over Eccup Beck, showing damaged brick work following flooding.
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Eccup Moor Road, bridge (Eccup)
Black & White image5th July 1946. View of the Eccup Moor Road Bridge over Eccup Beck showing damaged brick work following flooding. The buildings above the bridge to the right are on Village Road, which connects Eccup Moor Road with Eccup Lane, and could be Glebe Farm, Thorn Bush Farm or Mount Pleasant Farm.
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