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Hope Valley, Sheffield-Derbyshire, UK from Millstone Edge
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Sunrise, New Year's Day - 01-01-2012 - Surprise View - A6187, Hope Valley, Sheffield/Derbyshire, UK (from Millstone Edge). Short walk from Car Park!

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Taken: 01/01/2012
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Tags: sunrise; new year 2012; hope valley; millstone edge; sheffield; derbyshire; uk
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