Seven Arches aqueduct, Scotland Wood :: Shared Description

Seven Arches is the local name for this former aqueduct over Adel Beck, in Scotland Wood about 800m north of the Leeds ring road. It was designed by George Leather for the Leeds Water Works Company and built 1841-42 to supply water from the newly built Eccup reservoir to the centre of Leeds. By 1866 it had insufficient capacity for the growing city and was replaced by the first of now several water mains. It is now listed grade II (list entry 1256089).
by Stephen Craven
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SE2839 : Culvert under Seven Arches aqueduct by Stephen Craven
SE2839 : East end of Seven Arches aqueduct by Stephen Craven
SE2839 : Water control structures east of Seven Arches aqueduct by Stephen Craven
SE2839 : Valves west of Seven Arches aqueduct by Stephen Craven
SE2839 : South face of Seven Arches aqueduct by Stephen Craven
SE2839 : West end of Seven Arches aqueduct by Stephen Craven
SE2839 : North face of Seven Arches aqueduct by Stephen Craven


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Created: Thu, 9 Jul 2020, Updated: Thu, 9 Jul 2020

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