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Under walkway

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This is the view from underneath the walkway bridge at the top of Dovestone reservoir where the overflow sluice from Yeoman hey filler reservoir jonis thr two facilities.

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A: Dovestones top resorvoir

by Stan Young, 200 meters away

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Dovestones top resorvoir

B: Yeoman Hey reservoir

by Stan Young, 250 meters away

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Yeoman Hey reservoir

C: Dovestones waterway

by Stan Young, 260 meters away

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D: Yeoman Hey

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Yeoman Hey

E: Alderman

by Stan Young, 670 meters away

This is the view from the top of Alderman looking down onto Dovestones reservoir Greenfield, Mossley ...

Alderman

F: Binn Green view

by Stan Young, 690 meters away

This is the view of Binn Green and Dovestones reservoir complex from half way up Alderman. Greenfield...

Binn Green view

G: Above Dovestones

by Stan Young, 890 meters away

This is the view from just off and above the footpath that goes around Dovestones reservoir in Greenf...

Above Dovestones

H: Dovestones Resorvoir

by Stan Young, 1.1 km away

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Dovestones Resorvoir

I: Dovestones Northshore

by Stan Young, 1.1 km away

This is the view from the North shore line of lower Dovestones reservoir Greenfield Saddleworth, UK.

Dovestones Northshore

J: Rickity old bridge

by Stan Young, 1.3 km away

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