The bridge, which links Leigh Woods to Clifton, is undergoing restoration work on the roof structures, drainage and access ladders.
Pictured along Hospital Road
Most of the tunnel has an arched stone roof, but this western end has a concrete slab roof.
An industrial building alongside the River Don between Stevenson Road and Newhall Bridge in Attercliffe.
Viewed from the south-west.
The building of the cathedral began in 1181 on the site of St David's 6th century monastery.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge across the Avon Gorge and River Avon.
This modern stone-built, slate roofed office building replaced a 20th century factory building and blends well with the surrounding buildings. The 3 storey block is a pastiche of a warehouse rather than a mill shed, however, with a projecting modern style bay which mimics a covered loading bay the effect is lessened by the building being set back from the canal and the space in between used for car parking.
The tunnel is the original Howarth Lane, but the road past the staithes also has that name now.
Looking towards Bonar Bridge on the other side of the Dornoch Firth. Viewed from a train approaching Ardgay.
This area of Hull was flooded on 5-12-2013 by a tidal surge down the River Humber. http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3768399