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Photos from Greater Manchester - Page 1

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

Images from the Walks
142101Scout Moor Wind Farm near Rochdale
142102Rugged moorland walking above Rochdale
161901Ornamental reservoir near Pack Horse Inn
161902Further "official" reservoir
161903Underground path via tunnel under house
161904Disused quarries near Castle Hill Farm
161905Scout Moor wind farm in the distance
161906Above Cheeseden Brook
161907Old Mill by School Lane on Naden Brook
161908Paths alongside Naden Brook
161909Vaccary walls in Heywood
184901The "Roman Road" on Blackstone Edge
184902The Aiggin Stone
184903Blackstone Edge
226001Bridge over Longden End Brook, South Pennines
235903View from Millstone Edge
251701Indian's Head or Hoarstone Edge
251702Dovestone Reservoir from near the Dish Stone
252101Track near Hollingworth Hall
252102View towards Arnfield Low Moor
252103View of Higher Swineshaw Reservoir
252104Higher Swineshaw Reservoir
252105View of Lower Swineshaw Reservoir
252106Lower Swineshaw Reservoir
255301Dovestones Reservoir from Indian's Head
260001View over Dovestones reservoir to Alderman Hill and Pots & Pans
260002Chew Reservoir looking towards Black Chew Head & Holme Moss
260003Chew reservoir from the path from Chew to Laddow
260004Black Hill (with its wintry coat)
263401Greenfield Reservoir looking to Holme Clough & Black Hill
263402Cotton Famine Road
263403Rimmon Pit Clough and Holme Clough from Rimmon Cottage
263404Standing Stones
263405Alderman Hill and Greenfield Reservoir
291401Saddleworth Church amidst the fine scenery above Uppermill
291402The summit of Broadstone Hill above Saddleworth
291403Stone walls and moors above Uppermill
291404Shaw Rocks above Uppermill with the obelisk in view
291405The Sugar Loaf above Uppermill
291406Dove Stone Reservoir from Alderman's Hill
291407Summer sky above Obelisk on moors above Uppermill
291408Obelisk remembers those from Uppermill who dies in War
291409Pots and Pans are natural circular holes in rock
291410The Obelisk with the Pots and Pans Stone to the left
291411The path back from the Obelisk to Saddleworth Church
291412Looking down on Saddleworth Church from the moors above

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Wainwright Hill Bagging Map - A scratchable map showing all 214 Wainwrights in the Lake District. More info.

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AZ Adventure Series Maps - Convenient 1:25000 OS maps in booklet form covering the National Trails of Britain. More info.

Walking in the Aire - A new book by Lee Senior featuring 14 walks in the Aire valley. More info.

West Yorkshire's Wild Side - Two new books in the 'Wainwright' style featuring Calderdale and moorland walks. More info.

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