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ACUED. CORT. FERRIS WHEEL OF MIURA
Small single span aqueduct built in slate masonry.
ACUED. Rambla CHANNEL
Aqueduct built in masonry, with three spans, two of them blinded and the other crumbling brick; retains startups, although badly damaged.
AQUEDUCT A. LAS VIÑUELAS
Aqueduct considerable height with three arches. Masonry construction. A similar set of different aqueducts in the same ditch.
AQUEDUCT BCO. EARL
Masonry aqueduct bridge with arch 3 meters high.
AQUEDUCT BCO. FOREST
Aqueduct appreciable dimensions that channels Gorda ditch. Comprised of two central and two lateral arches of half point, sale, built in masonry.
AQUEDUCT BCO. MARTIN
Simple single arch aqueduct, built in mud and masonry that allows the canal to cross the ravine Alta Martin.
AQUEDUCT BCO. THE posillo
Aqueduct built in masonry with brick voussoirs and gussets. Formed in the southern part of two large arches with imposts and a large lintel, currently consisting of an iron pipe. In the south boot appears a buttress, also with brick corner posts. Output remnants of primitive wall ditch, where old mechinales appreciated.
AQUEDUCT BCO. THE UGLY
Small masonry aqueduct built, single span, segmental arch with slightly acarpanelado, resting on pipe walls of the ravine.
AQUEDUCT BCO. WOLF
Aqueduct single span of approximately 9 meters high, built of masonry, with brick voussoirs and jambs, separated from each other by small imposts of the same material, is part of the ditch Alta.
Remains of an aqueduct canal, single span masonry built of limestone. Only the batteries are kept.
AQUEDUCT MILL GARCIA
Aqueduct built in masonry ditch which carried water to the Mill Garcia. Presents a damaged plaster and a long span of arch consisting of bricks. This aqueduct opens into what was once a mill.
AQUEDUCT OF Balsillas
Narrow aqueduct, built in masonry, a single span arch with voussoirs in brick. Startups are highlighted on the plane of the opening. The water comes through a mine built in concrete lintel spanning knoll farmhouse Pepe Rodriguez. Mechinal presents one of the startups.
AQUEDUCT OF FABRIQUILLA
Caz Aqueduct La Fabriquilla (Bentarique), with single span arch, brick built, like the batteries, the rest is masonry. Stresses caz width 1.25 m.
AQUEDUCT OF GUTTERS
Aqueduct ditch gutters, single span, built in masonry., The arch is built in brick alfahar.
AQUEDUCT OF HIGH ACEQUIA ABRUCENA
Ditch aqueduct built in masonry, with a vain formed as arch, which runs on the Acequia Alta.
AQUEDUCT OF MARTINEZ
Masonry aqueduct, with one deformed arc.
AQUEDUCT OF RINCON
Aqueduct with a large central span of about 3m. height five smaller openings on both sides. Built of limestone and mica-slate masonry stone. Moves the water from the ditch Channel.
AQUEDUCT OF THE HERMITAGE
Remains of single span aqueduct, two batteries, built in masonry remain. The arch, which retains only a starter, it is also masonry.
AQUEDUCT OF THE PLAINS
Masonry aqueduct, one-eyed, with arch. It was covered with slabs of clay. Remains of two bands on the channel are appreciated.
AQUEDUCT OF THE QUEEN
Aqueduct rcos tresa consisting of bricks and mixed media piece, which continues with a metal gutter running through the ravine. Border cash flows used until recently.
AQUEDUCT OF THE SEASIDE OF COCA
Aqueduct appreciable dimensions, built of masonry, consisting of a single span arch with concreted thread.
AQUEDUCT RAFT POND
Small masonry aqueduct built, single span, with arch, somewhat irregular, with a buttress on its northwest boot.
AQUEDUCT RAFT S. ANTONIO
Small masonry aqueduct built, single span, segmental arch with low light and close the channel bed of the canal in its path.
AQUEDUCT Rambla CLEAR
Major aqueduct built in masonry, single span, with arch to boot directly from the foundation. Voussoirs in brick and horizontal rows of the same material.
AQUEDUCT Rambla de GERGAL
Added the canal aqueduct, built in masonry, with a row of brick, possibly introduced in repairs. Great wall of increasing height that acts as steps to end up, where they share a set of six bays, also of increasing height as the bed depth increases. Some of the earliest (on episodic bed) added have abutments, whereas the higher, that support bed on paper, have skimmers. Openings are formed by arches with stone slab segments, some of which are somewhat lowered and number 3 pointed something. Number 1 has masonry remains, as number 6, has now been replaced by a lintel consists of two steel beams resting on a tube of the same material which acts as a conduit. The total length of approximately 100 meters