Here's the latest on the Elland Bridge rebuild

Elland Bridge is starting to look a bit like a bridge again.
But by Christmas the flood-wrecked structure will once again resemble its old self.
The old 19th century bridge, which runs over the River Calder and the Calder and Hebble Navigation, was damaged in Boxing Day floods.
The Canal and River Trust responsible for it is building a new bridge over the waterways.
A spokesman said: “The most recent work has involved casting a concrete bridge ‘saddle’.
“What this means is that we’ve been building the bridge up from the concrete arch to form a level surface which the road will sit on.
“The... read more

18 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 31
Source: Examiner

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