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Platt Fields Hill, Fallowfield, Manchester UK
England

The hill in Platt Fields park overlooks the lake. It is really not much of a hill - really a big pile of soil from the construction of the lake - but is an ideal place for a barbie on warm summer evenings.

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Uploaded: 15/10/2011
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Tags: platt fields; park; manchester; rusholme; fallowfield; lake pond; hill
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