It mostly follows the Hunslet goods section of the Great Northern Railway not the Middleton line.
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TABBYCAT wrote: ↑Wed 30 Jun, 2021 6:25 pmIt mostly follows the Hunslet goods section of the Great Northern Railway not the Middleton line.
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The area I was referring for, further clarity, to where the Hunslet goods line it crosses the Middleton line not follows it.
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My memory of this is vague after fifty years but I'm fairly sure that the motorway was built on a new embankment at this point and before that the whole area was more or less on the same level as Moor Road.
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the park that is there now has a small hill running along it and years ago i was told that there was a bunker underneath this hill, i didnt think much to the idea because i thought i was maybe just landscaping from when they built the park or relandscaping etc, now tho i wonder if the hill actually covers the entrance(s) to one of the bunkers, given the information from polos and the map from miggy bill, i went down there today and in some places next to the old st peters wall you can see random pieces of bricks in the bushes. I pointed this out to the girlfriend and the first thing she said was it looks like the hill shouldnt be there anyway and cant see why it would be
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