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Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Ugly Face

"U" is for "Ugly Face" and today's photo shows a stone carved with an ugly face, which can be found in the Dingle in Stamford Park (see photo below).

Ashton Parish Church was partly rebuilt several times in the Victorian period and it is thought that some of the old stones that were not re-used found their way here and were used to build rustic walls in the valley known as the Dingle when Stamford Park was being created.

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See Bird's Eye View of this location.

"Ugly Face" is a contribution to ABC Wednesday. For more "U" posts from around the world please follow this link.
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  1. What a great post for U - I don't think I've ever explored that part of Stamford Park.

    PS could you update your sidebar to include the new Hyde DP (Vol 2)

  2. cute, in an ugly sort of way
    ROG, ABC wednesday team


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