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Uppermill
England

This is the view from Ladcastle road as it passes over the top of Uppermill and past the golf clubs first fairway. Upeermill ii directly below and you can see the railway, canal and A62 all going to and through the same places. The old woll routes.

Copyright: Stan Young
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Uploaded: 31/07/2013
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Tags: saddleworth; uppermill; golf course; outdoors
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