Frozen in time: Leeds’s new tourist attraction

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A motoring moment has become frozen in time - thanks to the cold weather.

This picture shows a frozen hedge row formed after what is thought to be a tractor splashed through a puddle of water sending it flying over Hawthorne bushes on Weardley Lane, near Harewood.

The frozen attraction. PIC: Ross Parry

The frozen attraction. PIC: Ross Parry

And now the spectacular sight has become a tourist attraction which is just off the Harrogate Road.

Scores of motorists are taking time to divert down the road, which is a back route to Adel and Alwoodley, and are parking up to admire the winter wonder.

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