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Uppermill canal
England

This is the view from the towpath in Uppermill before the lock drops under the high street and toward Greenfield. Uppermill museum is on the opposite bank and you can catch a canal boat ride from over there.

Copyright: Stan Young
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Uploaded: 31/07/2013
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Tags: saddleworth; uppermill; canal; towpath; outdoors
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