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53°35′56″N1°43′00″W / 53.598954°N 1.716688°W / 53.598954; -1.716688 Coordinates: 53°35′56″N1°43′00″W / 53.598954°N 1.716688°W / 53.598954; -1.716688

Thunder Bridge or Thunderbridge is a bridge and hamlet, [1] [2] in the civil parish of Kirkburton, in the Kirklees district, in the county of West Yorkshire, England. It is near the A629 road and Stocksmoor railway station. Its post town is Huddersfield. [3] It has a pub called the Woodman Inn. [4] The bridge is a Grade II listed building which is a road bridge over Shepley Dike. [5]

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References

  1. http://getamap.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/getamap/frames.htm
  2. York County, West Riding (1841), West-riding election. The poll for two knights of the shire, for the west-riding of Yorkshire, p. 277
  3. A-Z West Yorkshire, 2010 edition. p. 155.
  4. "Home". The Woodman Inn. Retrieved 7 November 2010.
  5. Historic England. "THUNDER BRIDGE (1300331)". National Heritage List for England . Retrieved 21 February 2018.