Hartley Bank bridge

On the western curve of the Lancashire & Yorkshire’s Barnsley branch, a 150-foot span girder bridge straddles the River Calder. It’s still crossed by a rusting single line known as the Horbury West curve, disconnected from the network at both ends. This secluded section of railway wafor the Royal Train.s often used as an overnight stabling point.

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July 08

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