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Cock-a-hoop in Yorkshire

The titillating tale of the naughtily named Tickle Cock underpass reared its head again this week. The project to revamp a railway bridge – part of the ongoing regeneration of Castleford, West Yorkshire – is being lovingly handled by Deborah Saunt of DSDHA. Earlier in the year the scheme was splashed across the local rags when residents succeeded in changing the long-standing moniker of the underpass from the rather demur Tittle Cott Bridge back to ...

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