Railway viaduct, Stockport, Manchester
The viaduct, opened in 1842 by the Birmingham & Manchester Railway Company, is seen across the smokey rooftops of streets of terraced housing. Factory chimneys can be seen in the background. Each house and factory burns coal for heating, cooking and power.
LocationGreater Manchester Stockport
PeriodEdwardian (1902 - 1913)
Tagsurban town chimney factory pollution housing edwardian (1902 - 1913)
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