File:Lobb Ghyll Viaduct.jpg
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(13 August 2009 (original upload date))
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(Original text : I ( TJBlackwell ( talk)) created this work entirely by myself.)
|Author||TJBlackwell ( talk). Original uploader was TJBlackwell at en.wikipedia|
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|Author||Derelict Viaduct, tj.blackwell|
|Image title||The Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway has expressed interest in reopening this part of the line whilst the viaduct still is still viable - its structural integrity apparently remains strong and the stonework could feasibly support rail traffic again if investment money could be found. The proposal would involve re-establishing the connection down to Addingham, where a replica Midland Railway style train station is being considered - the old one was demolished to make room for new housing. It is an entirely plausible proposition but the money to fund such a project couldn't be acquired in a hurry - I wonder how much time Lobb Ghyll Viaduct has left without maintainence before it begins to crumble?|
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|File change date and time||22:07, 23 May 2009|
|Original transmission location code||http:[email protected]/3562854783/|
|Image height||2,961 px|
|Image width||2,793 px|
|Date and time of digitizing||23:01, 23 May 2009|
|Date metadata was last modified||23:07, 23 May 2009|
|Unique ID of original document||xmp.did:34CC8AE6DC47DE1180FBCC7370A25670|
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