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Discover history as you cross the Pennines.

feetlegspath - Discover history as you cross the Pennines. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 4-6 hours
You don't have to go far to find history in Saddleworth - people have been using routes across the Pennines here to cross between the east and west of the country since at least Roman times. Follow in their footsteps (well, for 6 miles, at least) with this walking tour from Discovering Britain beginning at King Street in Delph. Take the tour as you go on a smartphone, or download the audio tour files to hear as you go.
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DUKINFIELD
TAMESIDE
53.47497, -2.08809


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Sunset: 20:41
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