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Rickity old bridge
England

This is the view from the bottom approach road to Dovestones reservoir in Greenfield, Saddleworth. The road is private and was used by the now closed papermill for its running operations and used to be frequented by a fleet of old green dumptrucks, racing to and from the factory/moorland dumping ground  driven by madmen on piece rates ...

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