Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Leeds Waterfront Heritage Trail - Plaque

Leeds Waterfront Heritage Trail Plaque

This picture shows a plaque marking the Leeds Waterfront Heritage Trail, this one is near the Abbey House Museum adjacent to Kirkstall Abbey.

The Leeds Leeds Waterfront Heritage Trail is a series of four walks along the river Aire and the Leeds - Liverpool canal. The Leeds Civic Trust have placed a series of plaques along the trail.

You can get a guidebook to the trail from the Leeds Civic Trust.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like there are 3 owls and maybe a yellow ram in that seal. Very unusual looking!


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