Thursday, 26 January 2017

Salt gate


A view from the lakeside in Bradford's Lister Park, looking down towards the entrance gate called the Norman Arch and the ornate monument holding a statue of Saltaire's own Sir Titus Salt (see also here).

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  1. They knew how to build "grand" back then. More pleasant on the eye than our current glass and steel towers.

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  2. A pretty spot!

    I see that spammer has returned. I'd thought he was kicked out of Blogger permanently.

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  3. They are both beautiful, Jenny!

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  4. The monument is so elegant.

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