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Plate girder bridge, believed to be in the vicinity of Wembley.

Plate girder bridge, believed to be in the vicinity of Wembley.

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L3282. This plate girder underbridge is believed to have been built in the vicinity of Wembley in Middlesex, on the Neasden to Northolt line. Unfortunately, its exact location is unknown. The bridge is built to a skew pattern and spans a wide road. The steel plate parapets have been painted in an ornamental style, making this structure unusual for the Great Central lines. Seen on top of the bridge is a rake of Great Central Railway mineral wagons, identified by the letters 'G C' on the sides
PublisherLeicestershire County Council
Contributor
Creatorpersonalname - Newton, S. W. A.
Datecreation - circa 1903
TypePhotographs - Black and White
Formatdimension.H - 160mm
dimension.W - 212mm
IdentifierNewton - 105/2
SourceS. W. A. Newton Collection - Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland
LanguageEN
Relationpart of - S. W. A. Newton Collection
copy of - glass plate negative
CoverageLocation.Current Repository - Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland
period - circa 1903
Location.Creation Site - Wembley, Middlesex (O.S. Ref: 516300 185400)
RightsLeicestershire County Council