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Delph road bridge
England

This is the view from just off the Delph high street bridge in Saddleworth, just around the corner from the rancid chip shop. Back in the day, when I was a kid, the Delph chippy was a scubaging dump ... probably still is, but hey, when one is drunk & hungry, who gives a shit, right?

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Uploaded: 17/03/2014
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Tags: outdoor; river; delph; highstreet; saddleworth; england
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