You know my attraction to colour and I couldn't get enough of the shimmering hues and patterns reflected in the River Aire around Leeds Dock, which to me had a 'stained glass' quality. We walked up to Crown Point Bridge and the light and shadow around there was amazing.
Crown Point Bridge is a Grade II listed structure, originally built in 1842, when this part of Leeds was developing fast. It was made in a Sheffield ironworks, of cast iron in a 'Gothic Revival' style, a single broad span with an ornate parapet and trims. They don't (sadly) make them like that any more.