Structure / Site Summary for 247350

Bridge SAC/65 - Low Sleight Road / Ingleton Road / B6255 (PROW - road)

Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Elevation view from the south-west

Key details from the SCRCA Structure Record

Brief description: Bridge SAC/65 - Low Sleight Road / Ingleton Road / B6255 (PROW - road)

Assessment status: Assessed

Location 1 - Rail-miles: 247

Location 2 - Chains: 32.00

Location 3 - Position relative to main running lines (tracks): Below

Is a structure of this type shown at this location on the MR 1911 landplan?: Yes

Construction / installation period: MR-C

Current Use: Railway ops

Visibility: Visible

Accessibility (ease of access): Easy


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1: Context views

15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Context view from the south east     
10 December 2012
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Context view from the north-west     
05 May 2012
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Context view from the north-east     
25 February 2012
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Context view from the south-east     
25 February 2012
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Context view from the south-east     
09 January 2012
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Rail-level context view from the south-east     
08 April 2011
The site of Batty Wife Hole navvy settlement and Bridge SAC/65: Context from NE     
1875 Midland Railway Company landplan showing the location of Mr. Ashwell's Yard     

2: Elevation views

15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Elevation view from the north west     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Elevation view from the north west     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Elevation view from the south east     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Elevation view from the south east     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Elevation view from the south east     
31 July 2007
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Elevation view from the south-west     

3: Detail views

15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Detail view from the north     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Detail view from the north west     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Detail view from the north west     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Detail view from the north west     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Detail view from the north west     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Detail view from the south east     
15 July 2015
247350: Bridge SAC/65 - B6255:Detail view from the south east     
08 April 2011
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: arch apex, rock-bolt, height restriction, parapet wall     
08 April 2011
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Detail view - northern wing-wall     
19 March 2011
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: Bridge plate, string course, springer, cracked voussoirs     
26 July 2009
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: north-east parapet from rail-side     
26 July 2009
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255: south-west parapet from rail-side     

4: Cab-views

30 August 2012
Bridge SAC/65 - B6255 aka Low Sleight Road (PROW - road)     

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