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- Longdendale is a valley in the north west of England, north of Glossop and south east of Holmfirth. The name means "long wooded valley". Woodhead Reservoir was constructed by John Frederick Bateman between 1847 and June 1877 as part of the Longdendale chain to supply water from the River Etherow to the urban areas of Greater Manchester. Information provided by: wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodhead_Reservoir
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- Woodhead Reservoir, Longdendale, North Derbyshire - showing the bridge.
- Chapel Hill, looking up towards Buxton Road, Huddersfield.
- Wartime Archive of Reg Stone of Skelmanthorpe: The King Edward VII Arch leading to the Victoria Memorial Hall, Queens Way, Calcutta.
- The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Church Lane, Mirfield WF14 9HY.