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Victoria Bridge, Leeds

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Bridge over River Aire in Leeds

1837-39 Built by George Leather junior of ashlar.

The bridge consisted of a single wide elliptical arch. It has an incised Greek motif, a central plaque with wreath and raised lettering: 'VICTORIA', in commemoration of the new Queen's coronation.

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Sources of Information

  • [1] Historic England