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Monday, 2 November 2009

Mossley on Monday: River Tame



This is the view looking upstream along the River Tame, north-eastwards from Waggon Road Bridge, Bottoms, in Mossley. To the left, an old mill has been converted into apartments. Ahead, the former Croft Mill has been replaced by modern houses. In the background are the Pennine moors rising above the trees in their Autumn colours.

See Google Aerial View of this location.
See Birds Eye View of this location.

3 comments:

  1. hi martin have you ever thought of publishing a tameside calander using these pictures you have taken showing the changing seasons ,

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  2. This photo is absolutely beautiful. Love it on my wall.

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  3. Greeny - I do publish a calendar - with a different photo for (nearly) every day! It's here!

    Keyholekate - If you want to email me via this page, I will email you a high resolution version which you can print out or have as the backgropund on your computer.

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