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Crosses the River Aire in Leeds, Yorkshire
120 ft span. Width between parapets was 42 ft.
The bridge was built a short distance above Nether Mills Weir. On the south bank, part of Chadwick's dye house was demolished to accommodate the bridge. Medley's oil mill was on the north side.
The bridge was strengthened and widened in 1995 using steel arch ribs, but the outermost cast iron arches have been retained and repositioned.
For more information, see Happy Pontist website.