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The Weavers' Triangle
England

Part of Burnleys' redevelopment plan. Running in front of Slater Terrace is the Leeds & Liverpool canal. Slater Terrace was a Grade II listed building in 1977 and was built in the 1840's by George Slater.

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Uploaded: 11/11/2013
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