The Ha'Penny Bridge
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Described as Footbridge no. 288B. There are two spans, the main arch which is 57' 6" and a smaller span joined to it which is 26'. The bridge has a headway of 19' 6".
Simon Lambert has provided more information about this bridge and the surrounding area and this can be found in the Memories section.
The footbridge as viewed from Coalpit Heath Station
Looking East as a HST blasts past on the mainline.
Looking east from the bridge. It's just possible to make out the abutments from the bridge at Frog Lane in this photo. This was another colliery railway that passed under the mainline, but which also had a spur that ran up to the left of the mainline just under were I'm stood while taking the photo.
The same Voyagers, a better photo :)