River Irwell :: Shared Description

The River Irwell rises on the Rossendale hills north of Bacup and flows south for 39 miles before joining the River Mersey west of Manchester. It was a very important river in the development of industry, during the Industrial revolution, in Lancashire.
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SD7907 : River Irwell and Pioneer Mill by N Chadwick
SD7909 : River Irwell at Warth by David Dixon
SD8100 : River Irwell, Lower Kersal by David Dixon
SD7909 : River Irwell, Metrolink Bridge by David Dixon
SD7910 : Irwell Through the Arch by David Dixon
SD8008 : River Irwell by David Dixon
SJ8398 : Trinity Bridge by Gerald England
SD7916 : River Irwell, Ramsbottom Weir by David Dixon
SD7909 : Hydropower Generator, Bealey's Goit by David Dixon
SJ8398 : River Irwell by Gerald England
SD8007 : River Irwell by David Dixon
SD7807 : River Irwell by N Chadwick
SD7909 : Hydropower Generator, River Irwell. by David Dixon
SJ8297 : Regent Bridge by David Dixon
SD7910 : River Irwell by David Dixon
SD8008 : River Irwell, Radcliffe by David Dixon
SD7909 : River Irwell, Warth by David Dixon
SD7807 : Irwell and viaduct by David Dixon
SD7706 : Footbridge over the River Irwell near Sunny Bank Mill by Raymond Knapman
SD7910 : River Irwell by N Chadwick
SD7506 : Demolition Rubble, Creams Paper Mill by David Dixon
SD7910 : River Irwell by N Chadwick
SD8007 : River Irwell by David Dixon
SJ8297 : River Irwell, Woden Street Bridge by David Dixon
SD7506 : River Irwell, Prestolee Bridge by David Dixon

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Created: Fri, 22 Oct 2010, Updated: Fri, 22 Oct 2010

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