Copley Viaduct was built in the 1850s and crossers the Calder & Hebble Navigation canal and River Calder connecting Sowerby Bridge and Halifax by Railway. Copley Cricket club is housed in the shadow of the 23 arch viaduct. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Copley Viaduct was built in the 1850s and crossers the Calder & Hebble Navigation canal and River Calder connecting Sowerby Bridge and Halifax by Railway. Copley Cricket club is housed in the shadow of the 23 arch viaduct. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken whilst walking the Hebble Trail, a walk that runs from below Halifax Railway Station to Salterhebble Locks follow a route similar to the closed and infilled Halifax Branch of the Calder & Hebble Canal. Shaw Lodge Mills are Grade II listed mill complex built in 1855 that is now a mixed use developement in Halifax. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk. Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

The Cobbles and the Chimney, Shaw Lodge Mills, Halifax / Clickasnap

A Clickasnap Album by Colin Green Photos

A Clickasnap Album by Colin Green Photos

A Clickasnap Album by Colin Green Photos

A Clickasnap Album by Colin Green Photos

Taken on the northern coast of Ibiza near to Portinatx. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken on the northern coast of Ibiza near to Portinatx. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken at St Marys Church, Kirkby Lonsdale, this fort style building overlooks the Lune Valley from the grounds of the Church. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk  Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken at St Marys Church, Kirkby Lonsdale, this fort style building overlooks the Lune Valley from the grounds of the Church. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken from the windmill at the edge of the market area of Teuise, Lanzarote looking up to the castle of Santa Barbara. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk.  Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken from the windmill at the edge of the market area of Teuise, Lanzarote looking up to the castle of Santa Barbara. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk. Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken whilst walking the Hebble Trail, a walk that runs from below Halifax Railway Station to Salterhebble Locks follow a route similar to the closed and infilled Halifax Branch of the Calder & Hebble Canal. Phoebe Lane Mills (Also Known as Boys Mill) is an industrial complex in the Siddal suburb of Halifax, West Yorkshire with a rather strikin tower design. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken whilst walking the Hebble Trail, a walk that runs from below Halifax Railway Station to Salterhebble Locks follow a route similar to the closed and infilled Halifax Branch of the Calder & Hebble Canal. Phoebe Lane Mills (Also Known as Boys Mill) is an industrial complex in the Siddal suburb of Halifax, West Yorkshire with a rather strikin tower design. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken whilst walking the Hebble trail which is walk that starts below Halifax Railway Station and follows close to what was the path of the Halifax Branch of the Calder & Hebble Navigation Canal. This is at the back of one of the industrial units just off Water Lane, Halifax. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk.  Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

Taken whilst walking the Hebble trail which is walk that starts below Halifax Railway Station and follows close to what was the path of the Halifax Branch of the Calder & Hebble Navigation Canal. This is at the back of one of the industrial units just off Water Lane, Halifax. View my blog at, www.colingreenphotography.blogspot.co.uk. Picture Copyright © 2017 Colin Green All Rights Reserved

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