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Winter Hill Lancashire England Uk

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Tags: hill, mast, tv, radio, sky, cloud, g8dhe

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Winter Hill in Lancashire is best known for its TV Mast which can just about be seen from everywhere in the County.

The top of the hill is peppered with masts which cover just about all the communications needs for the County!

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