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Nice one rikj . That was a very interesting W&W and fascinating to see that some old features can still be found.
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I really must vist The Hollies again. Does anybody know the bus route up there?
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Ah yes, we were nearer the mill goit area and didn't venture very far off the path at that side of the water. Must bear that in mind for another visit.
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BarFly wrote:I really must vist The Hollies again. Does anybody know the bus route up there?
28 goes up Weetwood Lane, so closest from that side. If you don't mind more of a walk then anything that goes up the Otley Road and get off at West Park shops and walk through the uni playing fields. 1 & 6 maybe? Hollies from the bottom end would be 51 to Meanwood.
@Leodian, I think there may be even more still extant. Somewhere I have a photo from a trip to the Seven Arches that shows what could be an exposed section of the conduit. Interesting as it might give hints as to the construction.
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