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Aftermath of a Destructive Flood.

The bridge pictured is the Copley Toll bridge in the days after a devastating flood had hit the Calder Valley and destroyed a number of bridges along the River Calder. This bridge was replaced by the Wilson Bridge which opened in October 2017 and before it's devastation and demolition it had stood for 184 years. More of my pictures and information can be seen at, www.colingreenphotography.co.uk

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  • Created: 13th October 2020
  • Uploaded: 11th November 2017
  • Category: Landscape
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  • barbrad
    3 years ago
    Floods are so destructive. Our local river flooded about twenty years before I lived here. Since we've been in a drought for some time, I doubt if it will happen again in my lifetime and that the three blocks between the river and my house will protect us. Of course, I live on a corner and the street could act as a canal and bring the water right to us.