Photo-a-Day (Monday, 9th December, 2013)
I think it might be bridge 57 Harry, good photo which ever bridge it is.
Harry , this I realy very good , almost like something you would've seen on a postcard .
Lovely shot, perfect reflection.
Harry it is beautiful....one for the album....thank you ...cheers!!!
Gorgeous photo Mr. Cunliffe. What sort of traffic does this 200 year-old bridge convey ? Also what does the number 57 signify ?
It says 57 on the bridge,beautiful photo.
Lovely shot Harry...... looks like bridge 57.
lovely reflections! did you stand in the water to take this harry?
Now thats a good photo
I could live with that on my wall.
It is Bridge 57 I realised as soon as I sent the photo I pressed 6 and not 7, thanks spotters.
Nice one harry, nice shot.
Sorry Chuck, I don't know apart from the fact that the old bridges seem to have a number. This bridge leads from Cale Lane to the industrial estate an carries a lot of heavy wagons.
Kath, I placed my camera on the lock gate about 25 yards away. See P.A.DAY 27/7/2008
Harry,that's a beautiful shot..it truly is.
That's a cracker, I'd be well chuffed if I'd taken that. I love the hint of mist at the top - very atmospheric.
Wonderful shot Harry. Great Reflection.
Thanks Dave, and everyone, Dave can you explain why photos reproduced on photo a day loose some sharpness?
Daisy says it's pretty, William says it's symmetrical and I say supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!
Well done it's a belter, no tricks with this one, a genuine shot.
It depends what you send in Harry. I always use photos at exactly the size they display here - 730px wide. I sharpen them if needed after I've resized them to 730px wide.
Bridge No 1 is in Liverpool and bridge 225 is in Leeds. British Waterways maintain number plates on almost all of the bridges on the
network which they manage for maintenance and navigation purposes. Many walking (and cycling) publications make reference to these numbers when describing routes (as indeed do navigational
texts for boaters).
Great shot, just about perfect!
Looks like Cale Lane bridge but I could be wrong either way its a great shot.
I would say Cale Lane, and looking through the arch bridge is Top Lock.
Good photo Harry.
Thanks for your comments all.
thanks for the info Dave.
Pepsi and Colin, it is Cale Lane bridge but the lock that you can see through the arch is the one by the Kirkless Hall Inn, Top Lock is the next one up. The bridge was built in 1816