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To the south of it was a twelve-arched viaduct known as Crowle Arches, which crossed the Hatfield Waste Drain, the North Engine Drain, the River Torne and the A18 road, and beyond that, another nine-arched viaduct spanning the South Engine Drain and the Folly Drain, beyond which the railway started to descend to return to ground level.
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He scuttled in shadow along the east wall of the stockade and then followed the south wall until he was at the rear of the two frame buildings.
In June, 1940, Sergeant Helion, with a company of reserve troops waiting to go into battle, was sketching the hills south of the Loire River, when the war suddenly rolled in upon him.
William Coddington, who was running the colony, felt constrained to move seven miles south where, with others -- as mentioned above -- he founded Newport.
What they meant was that there was no evidence to show that the south and east coasts of Britain received Germanic settlers conspicuously earlier than some other parts of England.
The road leading south along the river was shaded with old trees, and in the moonlight the silvery landscape was like a setting for trolls and wood gods rather than the Hudson River Valley of his boyhood memories.
Every few minutes she would awaken for a moment to review things: Stowey, yes, was on his way south, and the two boys were away in school, and nothing was burning on the stove, and Lucretia was coming for dinner and bringing three guests of hers.
Between the abutments on the Newbury shore and the south bank of Deer Island there was one span or arch measuring 160 feet ; ;
The plant was located west of the Battenkill and south of the location of the former electric light plant.
The next step was construction by the Manchester Light and Power Company of a plant on the west bank of the Battenkill south of Union Street bridge.
For a time following the abandonment of the local plant, electric current for Manchester was brought in from the south with an emergency tie-in with the Vermont Marble Company system to the north.
With the development of the Red Bridge Subdivision south of Kansas City, Missouri, the developer was faced with the problem of providing adequate sewage disposal.
The pilot lagoon was located as shown in Figure 1 to serve the area just south of the existing housing area.
As the bergs grew larger, Hudson was forced to turn south into what is now Ungava Bay, an inlet of the Great Strait.
The trade in a few commodities noted above was to grow in volume as a result of changes both north and south of the 49th parallel.
The region was famous for exporting various raw materials, and areas of Hattian and Hurrian populated south east Anatolia were colonised by the Akkadians.
The Phrygian expansion into south east Anatolia was eventually halted by the Assyrians, who controlled that region.
The last Assyrian city to fall was Harran in south east Anotolia, this city was also the birthplace of the last king of Babylon, the Assyrian Nabonidus and his son and regent Belshazzar.
There are the Tubanti just south of the Chatti and at the other end of what was then the Black Forest, the Varisti, whose location is known.
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Some of the excavated clay has being taken south by rail to fill the site of a removed viaduct and embankment on the old Ardingly spur.
To the south of the station was the 13-arch Willoughby viaduct crossing the River Leam: the viaduct was demolished about 1980.
A short distance later, Routes 175 and 29 cross under a railroad viaduct along the Delaware River, passing to the south of several high-end mansions.
The main railway viaduct connecting London Bridge station to Blackfriars, Cannon Street and Charing Cross stations passes only eighteen metres from the southeast corner of the cathedral, blocking the view from the south side.
The disused line comes very close to the Metropolitan Line south of Watford and it was often proposed that there should be a short viaduct to link the two lines to create a through route from the Metropolitan line to Watford Junction.
In the south, he worked on the London and Southampton Railway, later called the London and South Western Railway, designing, among other structures, Richmond Railway Bridge ( 1848, since replaced ), and Barnes Bridge ( 1849 ), both across the River Thames, tunnels at Micheldever, and the 12-arch Quay Street viaduct and the 16-arch Cams Hill viaduct, both in Fareham ( 1848 ).
Historically, its lowest bridging point was at Exeter, though there is now a viaduct for the M5 motorway about south of the city centre.
The viaduct is the top stack of the Jack Schrade Interchange over Interstate 8, which runs along the south side of Mission Valley and crosses underneath the viaduct perpendicularly and is San Diego County's only symmetrical stack interchange.
In the 1920s, the railway lines were relocated to a new, raised viaduct to the south of the Esplanade.
The London orbital motorway, the M25, passes just south of the village ( Junction 20 ) on an imposing viaduct across the River Gade valley.
LSD came from the south on its current alignment, but continued straight at the curve north of Monroe Street, rising onto a viaduct.
The Chatham Main Line and Sutton Loop railway lines through Herne Hill are elevated above road-level on a brick viaduct that runs north – south.
Riders enter the station from the north on a viaduct carrying the tracks from downtown Washington, D. C., but the south end of the platform is below grade.
The viaduct runs above the surface street, Alaskan Way, from S. Nevada Street in the south to the entrance of Belltown's Battery Street Tunnel in the north, following previously existing railroad lines.
Consisting of twin parallel two lane bridges, The main river span is of concrete cantilever design, with a number of smaller concrete box girder spans completing the viaduct to the south.
From here the line would have travelled south across Hill Lane to run through the dell and then on an embankment and viaduct over Commercial Road and the London and South Western line before terminating on the Western Esplanade at the foot of Arundel Tower.
After flowing through Wetheral, where it is crossed by Corby Bridge, a Grade I listed railway viaduct of 1834, it merges with the River Irthing from the east, followed by the River Petteril and River Caldew from the south, as it winds through Carlisle.