I got really exited when i seen this mini landscape today.
It is a large stone, part of a very large, old stone wall bearing the weight of railway tracks.
The bridge is actually got a name, which suprised me, as railway bridges dont usually get named.
The bridge is called ‘Woodhouse bridge’, and it is in Calverley, Leeds, and it runs across the ‘River Aire’ (but it does not go over the Leeds to Liverpool canal which runs parallel to the River Aire)
This large stone, part of the bridge really stood out from the rest because it was blue and orange with moss growing up it, making it look very much like a clear sunny day with a bright blue sky and a forest of pine trees.