Saddleworth Viaduct
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Saddleworth Viaduct

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This is the view from the Huddersfiled narrow canal boat towpath directly beneath Saddleworth viaduct on the border between the two villages of Dobcross and Uppermill. Uppermill is toward the Sun and the panorama was made on a cold clear morning as evidenced by the thin layer of ice noticable on the canal away from the lock.

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