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    Quote Originally Posted by speers View Post
    has this bridge got one of the highest tidal ranges in australia, .??
    Wrong continent

    MCX had insider information...

    The answer to IBMs question today is

    "Hiding behind the sofa failing to answer my post #5880* on the "Brexit" thread"

    Other than that, somewhere with ORS/NRS so that will narrow it down a bit.

    Bridge pool looks a bit like a one on the upper Tees I know (but that definitely isn't it!!!) and likewise shows just how rivers readjust their channels when the natural hydrology is affected by anthropomorphic changes...


    * spookily on p588
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    Quote Originally Posted by seeking View Post
    Bridge pool looks a bit like a one on the upper Tees
    I'm no geologist, but the building stone, both on the bridge and the large (Abbey?) building in the background, appears to be reddish - sandstone at a guess? Surely Upper Tees is limestone country, and you'd need to go over the top and down into Cumbria to find red building stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seeking View Post

    The answer to IBMs question today is

    "Hiding behind the sofa failing to answer my post #5880* on the "Brexit" thread
    #5880 was one of your clumsier casts.
    Too much drag to entice an auld troot 😉

    Promise me youíll sort oot yer presentation before next time round. 👍





    ps next time round itís ibm 💋
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieH View Post
    I'm no geologist, but the building stone, both on the bridge and the large (Abbey?) building in the background, appears to be reddish - sandstone at a guess? Surely Upper Tees is limestone country, and you'd need to go over the top and down into Cumbria to find red building stone.
    Getting warm , Charlie Clouseau. 👍
    But itís a Priory , not an Abbey. 😉
    Last edited by ibm59; 11-09-2019 at 06:38 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibm59 View Post
    Getting warm , Charlie Clouseau. 👍
    But itís a Priory , not an Abbey. 😉
    Ah - Lanercost Old Bridge then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieH View Post
    Ah - Lanercost Old Bridge then?
    It is indeed 👍
    Over the River Irthing.

    Used to be a busy pub on the opposite side of the bridge , but thatís been transformed into what looks like a private dwelling.
    Not the only one either. 👎
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    Quote Originally Posted by mows View Post
    I'm guessing the clue is an Abbey or something in the background IBM, but no idea.
    You should know better than that
    Remember Thomas Muir of Huntershill

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