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The Design and Construction of Stanley Ferry Aqueduct

Stanley Ferry Aqueduct is a three-span prestressed concrete structure at Stanley Ferry, near Wakefield, West Yorkshire. The aqueduct carries a canal waterway across the River Calder and lies alongside the original Stanley Ferry Aqueduct which opened in 1839 and remains as a listed structure. J.L. Simpson