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Delph donkey tunnel
England

This is one of two tunnels built on the old Delph donkey railway line that is now a footpath. One direction gets you to Delph, the other lots of places including Dobcross, Uppermill & etc ...

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Uploaded: 31/07/2013
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Tags: saddleworth; dobcross; delph donkey; walk; outdoors; tunnel
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