SCRCA Image: 249300_19xx-xx-xx_BSw_TM_Blea-Moor-Tunnel-South-Portal-Context-from-S

Blea Moor Tunnel South Portal and two platelayers' huts: Context from southwest

Blea Moor Tunnel South Portal and two platelayers' huts: Context from southwest
SCRCA Project Contributor: Bob Swallow

Contributor's Reference: PICT0195

Structure Reference(s)

Image Date

Image Type

1: Context view

Image Notes

Description: The South Portal of Blea Moor Tunnel (left), and two platelayers' huts: the stone-built 'Mason's Hut' (Structure 249270) and a ramshackle timber-built structure (Structure 249260).

Date: Not known.

General notes: This photograph was taken by Bob Swallow. The clarity / quality of the image has been adversely affected by the transfer from slide to digital image. However, it is still clear enough to provide interesting and valuable information. The 'Up Distant' signal (right) has been relocated to Settle, where it forms a working exhibit that visitors can operate from Settle Station Signal Box. (The latter is now a visitor centre / museum.)

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