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"F" is for "Footbridge" and this one crosses the Ashton Canal at Portland Basin.
The present steel bridge is comparatively recent and replaces an earlier one that was probably wooden. The canal itself has been there since 1796 and was built for horse-drawn narrow boats to carry coal down to Manchester.
As you can see, this photo was taken at a warmer time of year. The only "F" photos I have taken recently involved frozen things and we have probably seen enough such photos for now!
See Birds Eye View of this location.
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