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General view from Pexwood Road west of bridge.
West elevation from Pexwood Road.
Elevation from southwest quadrant.
Elevation from beside canal from southwest quadrant.
Elevation from southeast quadrant.
Distant elevation from southwest quadrant.
West elevation from canal locks.
Views beside bridge from southwest quadrant.
West elevation next to bridge.
Looking up at bridge from southwest quadrant.
Oblique views from southwest quadrant.
Builder name casting, reading "J Butler & Co. Iron Founders Stanningley Near Leeds 1840."
Partial views of arch.
Details of castellated abutments.
Views under bridge.
Partial west elevation from Pexwood Road.
Castellated abutments as seen from Pexwood Road.
View with top of arch visible.
Bearing as seen from Pexwood Road.
Detail showing bracing connection to bottom of arch.
Detail of mounting lugs and holes for decorative fascia that no longer exists.
Views of floorbeams.
Arch rib details.
Tapered cotters on tie rods.
Tie rod bracing connections.
Vertical member connection to arch rib.
Oblique views of arch pairs showing the bracing between the arches.
Details at top of arch showing gothic sub-arches.
Detail showing bolted connection behind the gothic sub-arches.
Detail of vertical members with bolted connection to bracing visible behind.
Bolted connections behind arch and vertical member.
Overview of bracing and former floorbeam hanger system. between arch pairs.
This particular bracing bracket still retains a floorbeam showing how the original design was intended to function.
Overview showing new riveted floorbeams and the one original floorbeam.
Bracing connections to arches.
Details of bracing and hanger system between arch pairs.
"X" bracing positioned horizontally between arches.
Detail of 1906 load-bearing plate girder.
Scenery in area.