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Robin Hood Grave
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The private Kirklees Estate near Clifton is visited by special arrangement. Interesting locations include the former Nunnery site, Gate House, 15th to 18th century farm buildings, and Robin Hood's Grave.
Copyright: Tim Speed
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Taken: 01/07/2012
Uploaded: 04/07/2012
Updated: 25/12/2014
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Tags: the private kirklees estate near clifton is visited by special arrangement. interesting locations include the former nunnery site; gate house; 15th to 18th century farm buildings; and robin hood's grave.
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