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This is the view from the war memorial overlooking Uppermill near the Pots & Pans stones, which are to the left past the bench with Ashton and Manchester off into the distance. The other way is most of Saddleworth Uppermill, Dobcross, Delph and Diggle. 

Copyright: Stan Young
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Hochgeladen: 21/07/2013
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