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Path passing mine workings to Plynlimmon

Walk Photo 110201

Path passing mine workings to Plynlimmon

Caption - The stream whose path is followed all the way to some old mine workings en route for Plynlimmon.

Walk 1102 : Plynlimon and Nant-y-Moch Reservoir

Photographer : Peter Lane

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