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Bridge at foot of Bunsall Incline. About 1966

The Bunsall Incline was metalled when the Errwood reservoir was constructed in the 60s and this bridge was filled in at the time. Not completely destroyed, however, it's blocked up arch can still be found to the rear of the car park at the foot of the incline.

This photograph is by Dickie Bird and was uploaded March 2nd 2015. © Dickie Bird please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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