Leech Street Footbridge

Binns Place, Northern Quarter, Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Leech Street Footbridge is a minor waterways place on the Rochdale Canal between Ducie Street Junction (Junction of Rochdale and Ashton Canals) (1 furlong and 1 lock to the southwest) and Littleborough (15 miles and ¾ furlongs and 34 locks to the northeast).
It is part of Manchester 18.
The nearest place in the direction of Ducie Street Junction is Ancoats Lower Lock No 83; ¼ furlongs away.
The nearest place in the direction of Littleborough is Great Ancoats Street Bridge; ¼ furlongs away.

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The Happy Pontist: January 2013
Jan 28, 2013 ... Seen in that context, Leech Street Footbridge is not one of the greatest examples of the form. Rather than using a slender bar or thin cable as ...
Virtual Journey along the Rochdale Canal - Rochdale to Manchester
Bridge 89, under Great Ancoats Street, with cobbled ramp leading up to the side of Lock 82. ... Lock 83 from below Tariff Street (formerly Leech Street) Bridge.
The Prettiest Old Bridge To Nowhere | Hidden City Philadelphia
Aug 27, 2013 ... It's not just your mind -- this bridge really looks like this | Photo: ... Filed in the Streets Department's Bridges Division simply as Bridge #704, ...
Murphy River Walk - Heritage Partners
Canoe and kayak put-ins can be found on Payne Street and Hiwassee Street ... Shown above are walkers waving from overlook of the Great Leech Place of Cherokee Indian legend ... A Footbridge Over the River [photo courtesy of Nic Oliver].
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