The AA called out onto the new M62 motorway at Scammonden Bridge, 1973

The calm before the storm: amazing pictures of the M62 under construction 45 years ago

Taken at Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Devils Bridge and The River Lune, Kirkby Lonsdale / Clickasnap

Donkey Bridge crossers the Maple Dean Clough a small stream that flows down from the village of Norland in to the River Calder, Nr Copley, West Yorkshire. This picture was taken on the path a short distance away from the Bridge. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Donkey Bridge crossers the Maple Dean Clough a small stream that flows down from the village of Norland in to the River Calder, Nr Copley, West Yorkshire. This picture was taken on the path a short distance away from the Bridge. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Colin Green Photography: Gas Works Bridge, Sowerby Bridge

Colin Green Photography: Gas Works Bridge, Sowerby Bridge

The Grade 2 listed Gas Works Bridge crossers the River Calder near to the town of Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire. It is currently only accessible by pedestrians having been closed in the 1980s. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The Grade 2 listed Gas Works Bridge crossers the River Calder near to the town of Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire. It is currently only accessible by pedestrians having been closed in the 1980s. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The Grade 2 listed Gas Works Bridge crossers the River Calder near to the town of Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire. It is currently only accessible by pedestrians having been closed in the 1980s. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The Grade 2 listed Gas Works Bridge crossers the River Calder near to the town of Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire. It is currently only accessible by pedestrians having been closed in the 1980s. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Bronte Bridge crossers the South Dean Beck, Nr Haworth, West Yorkshire. This is a replacement bridge for the one washed away in a flash flood in 1989. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Bronte Bridge crossers the South Dean Beck, Nr Haworth, West Yorkshire. This is a replacement bridge for the one washed away in a flash flood in 1989. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Colin Green Photography: Hebden Old Bridge, Calderdale.

Colin Green Photography: Hebden Old Bridge, Calderdale.

Built around 1510 the bridge crossers Hebden Water in the centre of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Built around 1510 the bridge crossers Hebden Water in the centre of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Taken in November 2014 the bridge crossers Hebden Water in the centre of Hebden Bride, West Yorkshire. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

Taken in November 2014 the bridge crossers Hebden Water in the centre of Hebden Bride, West Yorkshire. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The bridge pictured is the Copley Toll bridge in the days after a devastating flood had hit the Calder Valley and destroyed a number of bridges along the River Calder. This bridge was replaced by the Wilson Bridge which opened in October 2017 and before its devastation and demolition it had stood for 184 years. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The bridge pictured is the Copley Toll bridge in the days after a devastating flood had hit the Calder Valley and destroyed a number of bridges along the River Calder. This bridge was replaced by the Wilson Bridge which opened in October 2017 and before its devastation and demolition it had stood for 184 years. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The bridge named after the former owner of the toll house Mr Graham Wilson is the replacement for the former Copley Toll Bridge that stood from 1831 until damaged beyond repair by the Calder Valley Boxing Day Floods in 2015. The picture was taken from St Stephens Church yard and Copley Village can be seen beyond the bridge and River Calder. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The bridge named after the former owner of the toll house Mr Graham Wilson is the replacement for the former Copley Toll Bridge that stood from 1831 until damaged beyond repair by the Calder Valley Boxing Day Floods in 2015. The picture was taken from St Stephens Church yard and Copley Village can be seen beyond the bridge and River Calder. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The bridge named after the former owner of the toll house Mr Graham Wilson is the replacement for the former Copley Toll Bridge that stood from 1831 until damaged beyond repair by the Calder Valley Boxing Day Floods in 2015. Copley Village can be seen beyond the bridge and River Calder. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

The bridge named after the former owner of the toll house Mr Graham Wilson is the replacement for the former Copley Toll Bridge that stood from 1831 until damaged beyond repair by the Calder Valley Boxing Day Floods in 2015. Copley Village can be seen beyond the bridge and River Calder. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk

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