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This is the view from the war memorial overlooking Uppermill near the Pots & Pans stones, which are to the left past the bench with Ashton and Manchester off into the distance. The other way is most of Saddleworth Uppermill, Dobcross, Delph and Diggle. 

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送信日: 21/07/2013
更新日: 12/08/2014
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