Sunday, 29 December 2013

Approaching Knott Fold


The sign approaching Knott Fold Bridge (#121 on the former Cheshire Lines Committee route from Woodhead and Godley Junction to Apethorn and Stockport (Tiviotdale) reads:

HORSES SHOULD KEEP
TO THE GRAVEL PATH
WHERE PROVIDED

NO GALLOPING

The route is now part of the Trans Pennine Trail and National Cycle Network Route #62. The gravel path on the left has been more-or-less reduced to a muddy track.

See how the sign looked in July 2009.

This view is from the opposite direction to the one I posted last Sunday.

A contribution to Sunday Bridges at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.


8 comments:

  1. What?! No galloping? Spoilsports! :-)
    Be that as it may, «Louis» is happy to see this side of the bridge at Sunday Bridges.

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  2. I love these old bridges, it is definitely easier to see now...

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  3. Nice and old. Still strong.This kind of bridges you don't find in the netherlands. Bricks where cheaper in those days then natural stone. Thanks for showing.

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  4. Nice old bridge. In Slovakia are these stone bridges mostly rail bridges.

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  5. Lovely bridge. The sign is easier to read in this photo.

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