Saddleworth viaduct railway view
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Saddleworth viaduct railway view

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This is the view from the Uppermill side of Saddleworth viaduct. The other end, to the left, goes through Diggle to Standedge tunnel. Straight in front is Uppermill village and off to the right is Greenfield and Dovestones.

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