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Flood-damaged bridge at Shade, Todmorden
England

Flash flooding hit parts of Todmorden on the afternoon of Monday 29th July 2013, and affected the areas of Gauxholme and Shade, as well as further upstream in the village of Walsden and elsewhere.

(Original blog post for this incident here)

Copyright: Joby Catto
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Taken: 30/07/2013
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Updated: 28/03/2014
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