Filed under: Art & architecture, JD, Leisure, travel & sport
I’m sure there is a salutary point to this post, JD and no doubt it will unfold as the day goes on. Is it “shiny new additions to a decrepit and disintegrating framework”?
Possibly train talk or Angel Awards.
Or being a little more obscure there is even a Paris connection…
The only salutary point is that we don’t(can’t?) build things like that anymore.
Just a simple cast iron and timber footbridge over a railway line. This one was built in 1882 along with the rest of the station and, fortunately, this one will not be pulled down or replaced with a newer cheaper inelegant concrete monstrosity because the Station is now a Grade II listed building.
photo credit to my snap-happy hija
I see I correctly identified the bridge
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