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Burrator Reservoir 2 Dartmoor Devon England Uk
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A nice viewing point above Burrator reservoir which can be seen in the distance looks out to the West. In the distance to the East across the moor the Princetown aerial can be seen rising from 1673' above North Hessary Tor by a further 646'. This is the second highest aerial in the UK and provides television and radio coverage
Copyright: Geoff Mather
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Uploaded: 09/06/2011
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