December 3, 2011 in Urban Exploration

Bramhope Tunnel

A collection of images around the North Portal of Bramhope Tunnel, a huge project which began in the 1840s to construct a rail link between Leeds and Thirsk. More than two miles long, the tunnel was a remarkable accomplishment for its day. Its north portal is remarkable for the ornate castellated stonework, hewn from local Millstone Grit rock.

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