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Cut Mark: Kirkstall, Old Bridge   

Mark on W. face of towing-path pier of Kirkstall Old Bridge over canal ; 4.43 ft. above surface [1GL Liverpool to Spurn Head, Mark No. 304] estimated location.

Location
Grid reference: SE 2587 3547.
Landranger 104: Leeds & Bradford, Harrogate & Ilkley.
Explorer 288: Bradford & Huddersfield.
Explorer 289: Leeds.
Structure: Bridge.
Waypoint: BM3852.

Neighbouring Bench Marks
BOLT Kirkstall, River Aire Bridge 156.20m to the northeast.
BM Leeds, Bridge Road 176.92m to the northeast.
BM Leeds, Wyther Lane 196.98m to the southeast.
BM Kirkstall, New Bridge 219.32m to the northwest.
RIVET Leeds, Wyther Lane 291.20m to the south.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Wetherby, 14.28km to the northeast.

First Primary Levelling, England & Wales (1840-60)
This bench mark was used during the First primary levelling, England & Wales, and was levelled with a height of 126.7950 feet [38.6471 metres] above mean sea level (Liverpool datum). It was included on the Liverpool to Spurn Head levelling line. The surveyor's description was No. 304. Mark on W. face of towing-path pier of Kirkstall Old Bridge over canal ; 4.43 ft. above surface (p9).

Logged Visits
Visited on 20th April 2017 by RogerTempleman. Grid reference: SE 25864 35487. Condition: Good.
Cut mark on 4th stone above ground on arch of Bridge 222 taking Broad Lane over the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The mark was measured at 54 inches above towpath. Photo showing the mark at http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5370134 with wider view at http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5370151
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