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Allerford Village, Exmoor National Park
England

Allerford is a small settlement adjacent to the river Aller, within the confines of the Exmoor National Park. The image shows the Packhorse Bridge. The museum of West Somerset Rural Life is located in one of the village cottages.

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Uploaded: 21/06/2009
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