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Under walkway
England

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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Uploaded: 31/07/2013
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Tags: saddleworth; dovestones; walk; outdoor; moor; resorvoir; water
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