I love the thought and care that the Victorian engineers put into the the design of this old railway support column in Manchester. I think it dates back to the 1870s which is when the nearby station was built.
Following on from Monday's shot I'm posting some photos over the next few days of the area of Manchester (UK) where the railway bridges at the edge of the city centre cross the 18th century Bridgewater Canal.
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