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Driving Around Oop T' North - 30th January 2005

After the Old Man's birthday do, Nosher wends his way back to Suffolk the long way around, driving from Pontefract across the moors out via Glossop, and then back across through Chesterfield to pick up the M1

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Dry stone walls at Hoylandswain

A lad makes repairs to a stone wall partially demolished by a car

Reflections on a resevoir

Contrails and Windfarms

Snake Pass, Derbyshire

The famous twisty church in Chesterfield. The shape of the steeple is not a lens abberation, but is probably caused by sunshine on the lead roof heating up the timbers it was built from and drying them out in strange ways

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Dry stone walls at Hoylandswain