River Colne (West Yorkshire) :: Shared Description

The Colne is a fairly short river, a tributary of the Yorkshire Calder flowing for 19km from Marsden to Cooper Bridge, but it has formed an impressive Pennine valley in its upper reaches. It then flows through the industrial town of Huddersfield.
by Stephen Craven
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SE1719 : River Colne near Bradley by Stephen Craven
SE1719 : Disused railway viaduct near Bradley - central span by Stephen Craven
SE1517 : River Colne at Bradley Mills by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sun, 2 Feb 2020, Updated: Sun, 2 Feb 2020

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