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Hollins Cross on the Great Ridge between Edale and Castleton
England

Hollins Cross on the Great Ridge to Mam Tor. Situated between the village of Edale to the North and Castleton to the South. The view shows MamTor to the west and Lose Hill to the East.

Copyright: Richard weston. weston digital imaging
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Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 06/09/2012
Updated: 26/06/2014
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Tags: edale; castleton; derbyshire; hollins; cross; lose; hill; mam; tor; great; ridge
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