My well-informed friend with the anorak says "Original I don't know but
every one I've ever seen with any trace of surviving paint, was black on
Countryside Archaeological Adviser
Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
Tel: 01969 652361
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From: Issues related to Historic Environment Records
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Sent: 27 January 2010 09:09
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Subject: Bridge plaques
Sorry, a bit of a 'Friday Afternoon Train Spotter' question for you all:
Does anyone know what the original colour scheme for the iron 'WR'
triangular markers for West Riding bridges was? I have had a request
for the information, so that some can be repainted!
Peter D Iles
Specialist Advisor (Archaeology)
Lancashire County Council Environment Directorate PO Box 9 Guild House
Cross Street Preston Lancashire
t. 01772 531550
f. 01772 533423
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