Thursday, 19 November 2009

Victoria Bridge, Leeds in Yorkshire

Victoria Bridge LeedsPicture of Victoria Bridge, Leeds.

This photograph shows a view of the Victoria Bridge a handsome yellow stone bridge completed in 1839.

Named after the young Queen of England who had been monarch for 2 years when this fine bridge was opened. The name Victoria is inside a floral wreath on the keystone in the middle of the arch.

Victoria Bridge carries a road and footpaths over the river Aire adjacent to Granary Wharf and is close to Bridgewater Place, Leeds, the tallest building in Yorkshire.


  1. Hi Paul, thanks for the welcome back! Love this shot of the bridge - I assume you must have been looking out of a window somewhere, and not flying over it!

  2. Great shot of a marvelous bridge! Where were you to get such an overhead snap?

  3. It's quite beautiful and I really like the angle you shot it from!

  4. Nice photo - the yellow of the bridge with the blue of the water.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

  5. beautiful bridge from a helicopter?


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