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SE9852 :: Old railway bridge on Burnbutts Lane

Taken 3 years ago by Stephen Craven near Bainton/SE9652, East Riding of Yorkshire, England

Old railway bridge on Burnbutts Lane by Stephen Craven
Old railway bridge on Burnbutts Lane

Only the parapets of the former railway bridge give any clue that there was once a line here, although its course is still marked on some maps. The lane is on the Way of the Roses cycle route.
The Way of the Roses
The Way of the Roses is a 170 mile signed cycle route from Morecambe to Bridlington, nearly all on public roads and making extensive use of other National Cycle Network routes. It forms a shorter and less demanding alternative to the original "coast to coast" cycle route. Most people who tackle it do it in three or four days, though some manage it in two.
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Subject Grid Square SE9852
Subject Lat/Long 53.959847,-0.499791 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Bainton/SE9652, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
Photographer Stephen Craven
Taken 20170708 201707 2017 (about 3 years ago)
Submitted 2017-09-15
Snippet The Way of the Roses ·
Context Roads, Road transport · Railways ·
Tag railway bridge (disused) · Way of the Roses ·
Group Course is still Marked on some Maps · Railway Line · Old Railway Bridge on Burnbutts Lane ·

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