Thackley guide

To the northwest at the tip of Thackley Road is Buck Mill Lane main down Buck Hill throughout the canal at Buck Mill Lane Bridge and then throughout the River Aire at Buck Mill Bridge, a foot and bridle bridge leading to the Charlestown area of Baildon. From Thackley Corner Town Lane heads south towards Idle and Bradford whereas Thackley Road runs north into a largely residential space.

Thackley railway station, rebuilt in 1894, is in the midst of Thackley. Keighley Bus Company also offers a half-hourly daytime service to Bingley, Keighley, Leeds and Shipley; this is operated because the Aireline 60, taking its title from the native River Aire. To the north of the village is the Airedale Railway Line linking Shipley and Leeds. 1968. In 1900 a second adjoining and parallel tunnel was added on the northern facet of the unique to create a quick passenger line and a sluggish items line on the Airedale Line.

Further east and south alongside the canal is Idle Swing Bridge and Thackley Canal Bridges carrying the Airedale rail line over the canal a short distance east of the eastern portals of Thackley rail tunnels. This report concluded the fluids and aerosols in e-cigarettes can include dangerous substances and can cause quick time period airway irritation and may be dangerous in long run use,

and the effects on second hand exposure causing harm cannot be dominated out. Idle (L&BR) railway station was a brief lived railway station situated simply to the west of the western entrance to Thackley Tunnel some distance from Idle itself.

Near the principle entrance to Buck Wood on Ainsbury Avenue (private street) is a plateau originally formed from waste materials created when the primary railway tunnel was constructed below Buck Wood. No longer used, the (older) southerly tunnel is blocked off midway down its size and the entrance portals gated. This flat raised area was used as a playground by kids at the college and traces of the foundations of the varsity buildings can nonetheless be seen beyond the steps main down from the north-east edge of the plateau.

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