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Dovestones top resorvoir
England

This is the view from near Binn Green car park on the walk around Dovestone resorvoir. This is the walkway over the top end off the main reservoir where the sluice gates control the water flow from the other filler reservoirs above the bigger one. You can walk back to the main car park from here or keep going around the other less frequented filler reservoirs.

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