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Road Information Board, Leeds Road - Geograph - 510850.jpg
Road Information Board, Leeds Road
Ainley 01.JPG
Ainley Top approach from M62.
Old 008.JPG
Old Direction Sign
Pre81 sign ainleytop.JPG
Road sign at Ainley Top
A629 ainleytop 2003.JPG
Original Ainley Top ADS
A very old snow warning sign in Huddersfield
M62 queue.JPG
M62 at Huddersfield, with a queue!
Huddersfield Road, Elland - Geograph - 233264.jpg
The A629 sweeps up the hillside from Elland to Ainley Top, where it burrows under the M62. The old Huddersfield Road passes under the Elland bypass and then joins it from the left (southbound traffic only). There is no slip road coming down the hill, but there is a footway from the bus layby down to Huddersfield Road. The Bypass road is called Calderdale Way, slightly confusing as this is also the name of a footpath route around the upper Calder valley. The photo is taken from a quarried area known as 'The Rough'.
Backlit sign - Coppermine - 19446.jpg
Backlit sign Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 08, 2008 by Bryn666
Above Lock No 9E, Huddersfield Narrow... (C) Dr Neil Clifton - Geograph - 849452.jpg
Above Lock No 9E, Huddersfield Narrow... (C) Dr Neil Clifton
The road bridge carries the B6111. Just to the right of it is the 'Four Horseshoes' (usually there are only three!), while beyond it is a building labelled 'The Post Office'. It isn't a post office, it's another pub! After all, round here they drink more pints than they post letters.
Houses, Trinity Street- A640, Marsh,... (C) Humphrey Bolton - Geograph - 766715.jpg
Houses, Trinity Street A640, Marsh,... (C) Humphrey Bolton
Houses built for the middle-classes in the 19C, a short tram ride from the town centre.
ADS for anti-clockwise exit from Huddersfield ring road onto A629 New North Road.
North side of the New North Road/Huddersfield Ring Road junction.
Merge with the anticlockwise carriageway of the Huddersfield Ring Road, from New North Road.
Merge onto the anti-clockwise carriageway of the Huddersfield Ring Road, from New North Road.
Gantry signs on New North Road, Huddersfield.
Bradley Road - viewed from Redwood Drive - Geograph - 1436762.jpg
A6107 Bradley Road - viewed from Redwood Drive
Bradley Bar Roundabout - Geograph - 494832.jpg
Bradley Bar Roundabout Looking at the roundabout from the Brighouse direction. Straight on for Fartown and Huddersfield town centre, to the left for Bradley, and to the right for Fixby.

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