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This is a night time Moonlit view of Dobcross & Delph from near the top of Wade Hill, Warmpton in Dobcross Saddleworth.
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Uploaded: 15/03/2014
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Tags: nightime; outdoor; field; moonlight; wade hill; saddleworth; dobcross; england
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